New Jersey trio Zero for Conduct are poised to release their eclectic sophomore full-length, CTRL+Z, in just a few short days. The forthcoming effort is a pop-fueled rock record full of deceptive complexity, indie rock quirkiness, earworm hooks, and a bit of Touch and Go angularity. Fans of Dinosaur Jr., fIREHOSE, Hüsker Dü, and the like, will want to keep an eye out for it.
In preparation for its release, we at Svbterranean are pleased to premiere the album’s penultimate jam, “Rollin'”. On this new track, dueling bass guitars churn out infectious, serpentine grooves while equally catchy vocal harmonies soar overhead. The band offered the following comments regarding the new tune:
“‘Rollin” is a twin bass guitar attack protesting dead kids in the streets, the lust for power over love, and the nation’s complacent nature towards leaving douchebags in charge of the country.”
Check out the band attempt to, according to their Bandcamp bio, make dad rock great again below.
CTRL+Z will be released on March 23 via Nefarious Industries. Pre-order here.