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Slum Summer releases kaleidoscopic new single "Trampoline," new LP out 1/18

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Slum Summer releases kaleidoscopic new single "Trampoline," new LP out 1/18

An uncommon merging between two San Diego locals and two British musicians, Slum Summer's "Trampoline" is like a kaleidoscope of percussion, obscure lyrics, and satisfying guitar riffs.  Lead vocalist Hugh J. Noble is a true raconteur and has an all but ordinary approach to capturing his audience's focus on more than just the composition, but to truly engage yourself in the story being told to you. The upbeat single is a mope-rock masterpiece that crafts new lines through the genre, and with “Trampoline” as their teaser, they make the wait for the album just that much more agonizing. 

"Trampoline" is taken from Slum Summer's forthcoming album, ABABO, which they will release on January 18 via Jigsaw Records. Kayla Hay

Published: December 28, 2018 |

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