S.C.A.B. has come out with a blend of National meets Me Without You, and steals a hint of post-rock magic in the process. The lyrics are a bit esoteric, but the groove and feel of the band are brilliant. The movement in the bass line is cathartic, a rolling on-the-floor blend of tasty thick sound.

Formed in Brooklyn, S.C.A.B. has become home to roaming musical soundscapes painted in the wash from New York city streets. Their songs are snapshots of the city, full of connection and prose.

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