The team at NPR Music has a serious knack for finding new talent, and this week they highlight that in their album stream of Poor People Are Revolting, the debut LP from Pittsburgh’s energetic shredders, The Gotobeds. Described as “a rowdy, ramshackle party house of a band,” the foursome’s tuneful riffs are a welcome change from the ubiquitous electronic scene. Clever lyrics match their frenetic pace, yet the vibe is simple. It’s clear these guys just want to rock hard, and throughout the 11 tracks on …Revolting, you’ll find you do, too. Pick up the album from Austin-based record label 12XU.
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