Philadelphia, PA rockers, Kiska have partnered with WXPN The Key to premiere one of two new songs they recently recorded with legendary producer J. Robbins (Jawbox, Burning Airlines, etc.).
Stream "68" here.
To purchase the single visit http://spr.tn/kiska68.
"Heavily distorted guitars, gritty vocals, and persistent drums are just a few of the things that we love about 90s rock. All of these things (and more) can be found on Philly band Kiska’s new song “68.” The band released their debut self titled album last October, and we are yearning for more of the edgy brand of turn of the century rock…which makes “68” timely. The track is carried by the familiar blend of heavy guitars and drums and the chorus centers around the lyrics “I just need a little time to catch my breath /I know it’s a lot to ask / what you’ve seen is not my best.” Frontman Owen Staszewski’s vocals are cloaked in a quiet desperation that effectively wins this song my vote for the best breakup and / or potential makeup song of the year. Unfortunately that isn’t an actual award, but check it out yourself and decide where “68” fits into your life."- WXPN The Key
Kiska's self-titled debut LP is out now on Spartan Records.
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