Song Premiere: W.C. Lindsay, “Kids These Days”

December 18, 2013 by Cassie Whitt

Song Premiere: W.C. Lindsay, “Kids These Days”

Next year, you'll be hearing more of Philadelphia's W.C. Lindsay who describe themselves as "The Beastie Boys watching The Breakfast Club at Warped Tour" when they release their new album Easy Victim, Charitable Deceptions on Big Footprints, the label spearheaded by Modern Baseball vocalist/guitarist Brendan Lukens, circa April.

Today, get an advance listen to the album with "Kids These Days," the band's snapshot of the essence of youth.

"'Kids These Days' is a song about the assuredness of youth–the raw confidence and the invincibility," the band told AP in a statement. "It captures the feeling of wanting to grow up so badly and to move beyond your circumstances even though what you're moving towards is unclear."
 


Easy Victim, Charitable Deceptions

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