True Body: Youth Hotel

Heavenly Rhythms for the Uninitiated is the much anticipated debut album by Virginia-based post punk five-piece, True Body, just released through Funeral Party. The album was preceded by three wonderful dark singles, all of which show the band's big range and broad-mindedness, with the gothic pop enchanter, Youth Hotel, being the latest.

Going way beyond the mere confines of the post punk genre to include elements from shoegaze, punk and dreampop, True Body's well made album bears the markings of its influences and its kind's copious background with pride and veneration, while the band appears more than capable to prosper as one the most braced fresh voices of their class.

True Body's sound is acute, but doesn't reinvent the wheel, still, the solidity of their songwriting, the stylistic eloquence, the band's keenness on what they do and their ability to excel and excite with their performances, put them head and shoulders above the genre's norms, and constitute something very much intact that demands attention.

True Body are composed of Isabella Moreno-RiaƱo (vocals), Sam Ramos (drums), Kevin Painter (guitar), Hector Castro (guitar), and Nate Byrum (bass).

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