TVD Premiere: Brother Blyss, “Still Don’t Seem to Care”

“Listening to vinyl is a much fuller experience. Having a physical record means something to you. It becomes invaluable. It’s easy sometimes in the digital world to overlook the intricacies that go into making a record.

“Not to mention, vinyl simply sounds better.”
Garrett Zeile

We’re thrilled to debut the debut single from LA’s Brother Blyss, ”Still Don’t Seem to Care.” Produced by studio vet Claudius Mittendorfer who’s manned the board for Temples, Kaiser Chiefs, Arctic Monkeys, and Franz Ferdinand, ”Still Don’t Seem to Care” finds the band squarely in Tame/Temples territory, yet touching on the lush instrumentation and ’60s psychedelia of UK Godlike Geniuses, the Stone Roses.

And we’re delighted to be here at the outset.

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