The Dead Nobodies | Endoplastic

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by The Dead Nobodies

Two-song single cut from the ashes of loss. Song 1 is a sweeping alternative rock composition. The B-Side reveals an unexpected folky/mellow side of the band.
Genre: Rock: Modern Rock
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1. Endoplastic
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2. Viejo
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The song “Endoplastic” was born of a desire to break out of the mold of the 2-3 minute race to the finish format of much of The Dead Nobodies early material. It also stemmed out of a desire to write more complex songs, adding stops/starts, melodic experimentation, pulling back the speed, but still brining the proverbial “lumber” on the chorus. “Endoplastic" represents the progression of The Dead Nobodies and musical growth towards a newer, if not different, writing style. It has the potential to lull one into a relaxing groove only to bowl over the listener with a sonic sledgehammer. It dances on the verses, then moshes on the chorus. “Endoplastic” has the ingredients that hint at a revival but somehow feels new and fresh in terms of guitar-driven “alternative” rock.

Song #2 of the single is “Viejo,” a tribute to Davi’s father (translated “old man”). “Viejo” shows a soft side, if not an ability to draw from a diversity of influences. The mellow, cathartic, and reflective vibe of the song lends itself as a polar-opposite to its counterpart, “Endoplastic.” Brought together, we have this single. The Dead Nobodies of late has turned the neatly packaged notion of genre specific music on its head and continue to draw water from the sea of influences that makes their music new and interesting, if not unique, and this single is a good example of that.



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