’90s Nostalgia: San Francisco’s Fish Breath

The dream of the '90s is alive and well in San Francisco's Fish Breath. Their self-titled cassette, out now on Hair Growth Records, is a grab bag of sad boy sad songs that are easy to cry with. Take the opening track, “The Way Deer Look At Me,” a melodic little number that grows and expands into an eruptive, grungy track all while painting levels of melancholy. Following suit are tracks “Salty Leech” and “Torture.” Albeit far more caustic in comparison to “The Way Deer Look At Me,” the tracks continue in a similar vein with an aggressive affliction that is prevalent in [...]

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