Big Grey Sky

Big Grey Sky
Dead Indian

ABOUT Dead Indian

For some time the wind was silent. Airwaves filled with electronic beats, digitally composed music, and autotuned voices rang empty upon the breeze. Made evident by the clean bathrooms in rock halls, ...

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  • bigdibbs

    2/22/17

    I for one love this song

    deepblue

    you're not alone. what the hell happened to 90s grunge anyway and why are these the only guys left doing it

    bigdibbs

    They have a slightly new spin on it but yes, they have the same 90's feel. Just cool stuff, his eerie voice and the change of pace is good stuff.  Lyrics are pretty cool, guitar definitely old grunge.  Fits in well with some old Soundgarden or Screaming Trees.

    deepblue

    screaming trees? that's a new one for me. I'll check it out

    bigdibbs

    Screaming trees are the unknown grunge band that was actually one of the best.

  • mercyslittleshow

    2/13/17

    This song is super amazing. It gets me going so much.

  • 33

    2/11/17

    Wow. These lyrics. I read in the Daily Dose email that Dead Indian won a songwriting contest and that's what sparked the recording of their EP. I can see why. The narrative they create takes us through the idiosyncratic ruts we all get stuck in day-in and day-out. From "all the tweakers tumbling, stumbling through the day" to "bourgoise mamas and papas pay[ing] for penthouses". Dead Indian weaves its narrative with the thread of a washed-up American dream.

  • yoshi

    2/10/17

    Can anyone say '80s hair band? Really Guns and Roses/Bon Jovi vibe.

    deepblue

    honestly I get more of a 90s grunge vibe than a hair vibe

    marcus

    Gonna agree with Scubadiving avi. Very grunge but it's also got like some excellent songwriting ala Johnny Cash.

    yoshi

    I get both of those interpretations. I may need to live with this album a bit more.

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