Recently released on Dead-Stare, The Nervous Hex’s self-titled four song EP aims to evoke the guitar bands of the late eighties. Specifically, the band’s Ryan Traster has explained the plan: “Thurston Moore of Sonic Youth said that Today by Galaxie 500 was ‘the guitar album of 1988.’ It made me want to take a stab at making the second best guitar album of 1988.”
The Wash is a song that calls for revolution from within – there’s nothing up in the sky that’s going to swoop down and fix everything for you. You want change – then be change.
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