Indie rock band Tennis Courts released its new EP Best Regards Friday. The album, according to the band, was “the culmination of playing live in Charleston for about two years.”
Tennis Courts’ sound will remind listeners of the post-punk revival era. Songs like “OK” and “Ole Yeller” get wordy, but still have that bored cool of vocalists like Julian Casablancas.
The EP is anchored by centerpiece and lead single, the fast-hitting garage rocker “Red Wine.” It’s inarguably the most explosive track on the album, no small thanks to the verse and pre-chorus build.
Check out Best Regards on Spotify or purchase it on iTunes.
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