As with any revival, the neo-grunge resurgence will most likely be led by new bands paying homage to a classic sound while injecting that sound with a modern perspective. Gomi would seem as qualified as any band to lead that charge, but if Duhon says the band's grunge era already may be behind it.

Gomi: Bringing back the sound of Seattle.
Mike R. Meyer
Gomi: Bringing back the sound of Seattle.

"The next album, the music is more indie rock-based. It's more like post-punk indie rock. It's poppy in the vocals, but the music, it's very dynamic — lots of quiet-loud. We have to do that to keep people interested. It can't just be straightforward all the time, so there's a lot of flow to it, but it's definitely leaning toward the stoner rock sound — jammy stuff, a lot of riff-oriented stuff — because the album after this next one is gonna be full-blown stoner rock, with just sludged-out balls. Whenever we jam in practice, it boils down to all stoner rock stuff, so we're like, 'Screw it, we're just gonna put out a stoner rock album.'"

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Sophiamendez12
Sophiamendez12

I love this band. Saw them live once on a vacation trip. What I wouldn't give to hear them play with Heavy Glow in Los Angeles. I wish...Thanks for the post!

Dannymch2o
Dannymch2o

I wanna bang these guys in your mom's basement.

 
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