BMSR's hazy and experimental indie rock is often farcical (just look at the band roster for their stage names) but can also lull you with sleepy robotic sounds and soothing bits of chunky bass. And, yes, they're a lot better than The Povertyneck Hillbillies, the official band of the Pittsburgh Steelers.
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Check out "Born On A Day The Sun Didn't Rise" the first track from their new record Eating Us, below.