Toronto Blessings: The Lead Replacer

After their recent single release, Teeth and Nails, Toronto Blessings now present another solid new track which maintains their hard-hitting style while incorporating elements from various alternative rock subgenres. 

The band describe The Lead Replacer as a song "about constantly exchanging something bad in your life for something equally as bad if not worse."

The fresh song draws inspiration from the raucous and edgy sounds of bands like Sonic Youth and Pixies, showcasing Toronto Blessings' unwavering commitment to noise rock. Despite its intense nature, the track manages to strike a fine balance between melody and memorability, highlighting the band's adept songwriting.

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