"...sounding at times like an updated take on the fuzz-drenched pop/rock of 90's outfits like Screamfeeder and Smudge, at others going for a sky-reaching psychedelic meltdown of the Explosions In The Sky variety...we never quite know what's coming next." - MouthZoff Magazine, 2014.
Since 2010, Thirteen Seventy have been mixing obscurity, heaviness, beauty, a (post) aggressive nature and an alarmingly unpredictable attention span. After releasing their debut album “Arrest The Slide” in 2012, and "Bitter Dream" in 2015, the band have been holed up in the studio working on their third album.
Released in August 2016, "Cover Up The Signs” is a visceral look at a troubled world. Themes of war, broken promises and wasted chances, coupled with the eclectic music and dense production, create a tension and sense of unease that permeates the band's trademark wall of noise.