Portland, Oregon's Wax Fingers creates a nice mix of math and noise rock that's neither too mathy nor too noisy. Quietly led by singer Pete Bosack's humble voice, the trio's experimental brand of what it likes to call "off-kilter-pop-rocks," is slow burning as it builds upon itself from track to track.
In 2010, the brain rockers released their self-titled debut full-length and are gearing up to release Tender, a four-track EP, on July 24. Today, we are happy to premiere "I'm So Limber," a hazy, frenetic track that unassumingly snowballs into a ball of contained yet disjointed guitar riffs, melodies and percussion.
Listen to "I'm So Limber" below.
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