Feeling Figures – “Person of Tomorrow”

Got a new cut today from Montreal’s Feeling Figures. The band comes on huge and hovering for this short format killer debut. “Person of Tomorrow” gnaws its teeth on a thick froth of guitars, pushing the line between sinewy ‘90s indie and an underlying plume of shoegaze haze. While the band bites into some of the bent worldview of Eric’s Trip and Chavez, they also wind their way through lesser scratched surfaces, evoking Aussie indies Fur and Suprette at times. With a riff made to rattle windows and honeyed vocals that play on the Deal sisters’ ability to surf above the fray, trading in sweetness with a smirk, this is a pretty strong statement out of the box. The band’s first single is out April 2nd from Celluloid Lunch.

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