〖 I Got Your Back 〗
Having severed ties with Detroit, the High Strung emphasize pop melodies and loose, laid-back instrumentation on Ode to the Inverse of the Dude, leaving behind the garage rock influences that previously dotted their albums.
When it came to recording their fourth record, Malerman, drummer Derek Berk, and bassist Chad Stocker were looking for a change, so Malerman began writing songs about himself.
The results included catchy toe-tapping retro American folk ditty, ‘I Got Your Back‘, referencing the relationship between parent and child, maintains the band’s early upbeat melodies featuring busy and jangly acoustic guitar strums, trademark fidgety vocals and textural rhythm.
‘I Got Your Back‘ is part of the ambitious paradigm shift The High Strung had been itching for…
RIYL: Bob Dylan