New York, NY (Top40 Charts)
Nashville noise-rockers Step Sisters have unveiled a video for their buzzy new track "Waste My Head."
Punknews says: "This band takes the rumbling clank of Mudhoney and fires it up with a little bit of acid-drenched garage rock... loud and grimey and feral. Fittingly, the video for "Waste My Head" follows a seemingly upstanding businessman as he begins his day. But as he races from task to task, things get darker and darker and darker…"
Check out the clip here: https://youtu.be/2a6Njh53ViY.
Stream the single on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/07dvCuOIUiQLib1qXhZUUH
"Waste My Head" will appear on the band's new album BERSERKER, out July 27th.
7/7 - Fort Houston
- Nashville, TN
7/27 - Springwater Supper Club - Nashville, TN
8/8 - The Golden Pony - Richmond, VA
8/9 - The Grape Room - Philadelphia, PA
8/10 , 8/11 - NY, TBD
What others have said about Step Sisters:
"Full of earth smashing, teeth shattering smart licks and the biggest power chords the Nashville-four can muster...["Dumb Love,"] a song of pulling away from the paved texture paths of feigned hearts of emptiness commences with one of the biggest opening shred-fests that you probably haven't heard since 1996 where a minute and 10 seconds pass before the lyrics spill forth." - Impose Magazine
"Catchy enough to get stuck in your head and heavy enough to let you know they mean business, Step Sisters are doing grunge right. And their 4-song release, dropped earlier this year...is like smashing a lava lamp and pouring the contents directly into your brain." - The Deli Magazine
"The relative newcomers are quickly becoming a "need to know" band on the rise...With poppy, punk-tinged hooks fused with fuzzy, garage rock riffs, the hypnotic track has us already penciling in a spot on our Best of 2016 list in anticipation of the ￼album. Despite its accessible sound, don't think the song lacks substance." -- No Country For New Nashville
"If it's a healthy dose of cynicism you're looking for... Nashville garage-rockers Step Sisters have just the thing." - Diffuser
"It's like the Southern resurrection of the Seattle scene, based in "Lithium
" and recorded to tape to bring you into a fuzzed-out, punk-stained world that's infinitely more gritty and alive than whatever the Nashville vibe has been these cold and dreary days." - Lockland Springsteen