Super great 90's feel, the bridge really got me going on this. Enjoyed the great balance of solid production and indie influence against going for an over the top grungy sound, which could get repetitive and lost with todays bands. These types of songs could really push hard on indie/college radio today and well build and create a live presence at festivals. Can use the aggressive vibe for song placements with skate/snow/bmx videos and working closely with those brands for a back end plan.
Generally sounds very promising. Admittedly at first I was anticipating a big margin for error in the genres that you've inserted below but almost straight away I'm getting elements of Husker Du's "Don't Want To Know If You Are Lonely", who are one of the few bands that straddled this invisible line between hardcore, punk rock and shoegaze. This has certainly got a lot of character and ambition; the instruments are tracked particularly well and there's a really cool lo-fi sound attached to the vocal. It's really easy to mess this up or get lazy with the production on tracks like these but the nail appears to have been hit on the head here. Did you guys produce this yourselves? This would be great to catch live at a show. Please do keep me updated with any that you've got coming up.