This Philly-based Indie-Rock trio challenges the monotony of a desk-job and tackles the roadblocks of taking a non-traditional path in a corporate-dominating America. “Wasting Away” is filled with Punk-Rock nuances delivered with a high dosage of energy. OUT NOW!!!
Created in 2020 by Pete Long, Andrew Hight, and Brian Quirk; all of them being Philly DIY musicians and part of other successful indie projects such as Kissing The Klepto, The Jumping Juvies, and Above The Mendoza; My Cousin’s Girlfriend’s House is an explosion of musical color mixed with a mild dose of aggression.
Their latest single “Wasting Away” is a wild collection of pumped-up drums, striking bass, melodic guitar riffs and high-reaching vocals. It is a stand against the ordinary, an anthem to individuality and self-appreciation. It is the artistic fight against all that has been programmed into us, to follow and obey, to be one more in the ever turning wheel of corporate bullshit.
Powerful, exciting, and new, but with a lot of influence from Pop-Punk/Indie groups like Modern Baseball, The Wonder Years, and The Front Bottoms. MCGH also pulls inspiration from bands like Red Hot Chili Peppers, the Revivalists, and more.
This track will get you pumped-up in no time thanks to the striking delivery of its elements. A wild drive through Philadelphia’s most exciting scenes today!
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