Slippertails Release Third Single From Forthcoming Album, There’s A Disturbing Trend

Walk is the third single from the New Jersey duo Slippertails. Their forthcoming sludge-pop album, There’s A Disturbing Trend, is due out January 14 on cassette and digital formats via Fleeting Youth Records.

While the first two singles from the album littered your skulls with sludgy, in-your-face guitar tones and dripping monotone vocals, Walk bounces with an upbeat rhythm and charged up vocals. This song is sure to get you feeling good with its grunge guitar, woo-woo-ing vocals and happy rhythm and melodies.

The first two singles, Hip New Jerk and I Will Peel You Open, taken from their forthcoming album, There’s A Disturbing Trend, were released last week. The first single and opening track from the album, Hip New Jerk, is sure to grab your attention with its colossal, in-your-face guitar tones and apathetic vocals. Hip New Jerk is not easily accessible; it’s clunky and chaotic whereas the second single, I Will Peel You Open, is slower and more melodic. The vocals on Hip New Jerk are hard to decipher and enjoy, they do not highlight Casertano’s abilities. I Will Peel You Open however is infectious as Casertano croons about a corrupt lover who manipulates her lovers from the inside out. It’s dark and dramatic with a clear rhythm and pace unlike Hip New Jerk. The vocals on this track are much more ear-pleasing.

Slippertails album, There’s A Disturbing Trend, will be available on cassette and digital formats via Fleeting Youth Records on January 14. Pre-orders can be made here.


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