Beach Fossils – Clash the Truth

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Earlier this week saw the release of Beach Fossils’ sophomore album Clash the Truth. The Brooklyn-based indie band, originally started as a solo-project by Dustin Payseur, displays an apparent evolution in Clash the Truth that holds true to their beach-infused identity, while straying from the one-sided, reverb-slicked tracks of their self-titled album in 2010. The album’s fourteen tracks seem to aim at making sense of the life and times of Payseur through a youthful scope. With that, Payseur’s lyrics have a sense of confusion and question to them like a college student who is undecided and clueless as to what major to declare.

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