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Review: Wavves - "Sail to the Sun"


Wavves are back with another pop-centered punk anthem (with a video to accompany it). The new single comes with the reveal that the duo will release their third LP this spring on Mom + Pop (via P4k). The upcoming effort was recorded at Sonora Studios in Los Angeles with producer John Hill (M.I.A., Portugal. The Man). 

On "Sail to the Sun" we find Williams and his counterpart up to their usual tricks. Delivering a lamenting yet forceful attitude over a bed of over-driven guitars and heady bass licks. The hook may not live up to some of the group's past work, but for devoted fans, the new thrasher should be enough to satisfy their Wavves fix.