Slacker rock has been busy this year—something which goes against its MO of “getting lit” and waiting around for things to get better (but they always get worse) which Swearin’ along with bands like like Speedy Ortiz, Waxahatchee, and Potty Mouth have been apathetically singing about all year. Something about not being cut out for normal adult life is appealing to a large number of alt music consumers. It’s comforting to know you’re not the only one. Swearin’s self-titled debut from last year will be followed soon by Surfing Strange on November 5th.
Some more Drake news for those that can’t wait for his new album: Shortly after performing this new track, “Too Much” on Jimmy Fallon, the second to last track from his upcoming Nothing Was The Same, (the live version from Fallon I believe) has made its rounds around the internet. Also popular is Kastle’s remix of Drake’s astounding “Hold On We’re Going Home” also from the upcoming Nothing Was The Same.