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Coming out of West Yorkshire, England, grunge rock band Dinosaur Pile-Up recently released their newest album and it’s definitely worth listening to.
The three-member band has had quite the struggle of keeping members by gaining and losing four artists in the group, but the challenge certainly does not reflect in the quality of their music.
Nature Nurture is the group's second studio album that shows off a very alternative rock style, resembling bands like Weezer and The Foo Fighters.
With great melodies, this British band brings the Seattle grunge scene of the '90s to the UK, also resembling the sounds of Nirvana.
Summer is on its way and this album is a must-have for beach trips and driving around with the windows down. Some notable summer anthems are “Summer Gurl” and “White T-Shirt and Jeans.” With catchy lyrics, that are completely relatable, and banging drum solos, these songs are a definite for a summer playlist.
Other notable songs that are great for any time of the year are singles “Peninsula” and “Derail.”
Overall, this is a great album that deserves a listen. It provides authentic music that proves how much work its members put into it can produce an amazing result.
Here's the video to their single "Peninsula" off Nature Nurture. What do you think?