It’s eerie how much vocalist Callan Spafford sounds like Thom Yorke at moments in this tune. Spring is an all-together energetic roller-coaster that builds and cascades down some deep waters.

The acoustic guitar that intros the track, and fills the song’s backdrop, feels a bit nuanced tickling the melancholic vocal in Spafford’s style. The song has grit in the guitars and builds an altogether moody song that will leave you wanting more.

This Seattle band is holding close to the grungy rock roots found in the styles of Mother Love Bone and Alice in Chains. You can feel the drive, the gritty solo guitar work that feels a bit Zepplinish.

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