Coffinberry‘s self-titled debut can be best described, perhaps, as pop Americana–music that crosses the bridge between the country rock of Kings of Leon and more accessible, softer late 1970s pop.
Not that the band is soft. It’s clearly rock, rootsy and lyrical, fun and infectious, warm and informed by postpunk. Cleveland should be proud.
Why note download these two tunes and get to know them better?
BONUS HA HA THE MOOSE MINI-SET OF COVERS
Three covers by Ha Ha the Moose.