Sometimes, people do cruel things to others. When it hits, it hurts. How you deal with it is up to you.
“Houston band Slow Future has its own recipe of punk-inspired and soul-baring rock ’n’ roll… influenced by many forms of popular music, but their delivery and product is undoubtedly authentic. The result is more innovative than it is imitative — a feat rarely accomplished in modern rock music.”
–Jake Hollier, The Beaumont Enterprise
“This fourtet culls from the same sonic gene pool as early 1990s groove-oriented, heavy alternative, bands. This is also a band that does not shy away from vocal harmonies, pop smarts, or occasional balladry.”
—Kelly Minnis, 979Represent
“It’s nice to see there’s still a place in Houston for unruly indie-rock bands who embrace reverb-soaked guitars and thickly marbled riffs, and see no need to turn down the volume, but will hit you with a deep thought or two the second your head starts nodding a little too hard.”
–Chris Gray, Houston Press
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