Under The Rug, A Serial Killer Comes Home Review
Alt-rock band Under the Rug is as versatile as their name, which was derived from the commercial building they work in located in Los Angeles, CA. An unmarked building except for a small home-made sign that reads: “Rugs.” Step inside and it’s a full-scale recording studio. Under The Rug is Casey Dayan (lead vocals, guitar); Sean Campbell (vocals/guitar); Jesse Holsapple (bass/vocals) and Brendan McQueeney (drums and percussion). Their debut LP, Pale Kings is set for release in February of 2019. It’s a 10-song album loosely based on a novel by David Foster Wallace of the same name. Until that time, we can enjoy several singles including: “Three-Legged Dog,” “Sarah’s Daydream in the Kitchen,” “A Serial Killer Comes Home, which was surprisingly recorded at Airbnbs across California. They also released two studio-produced singles, “Song For My Friends,” and “The Neighbor’s Dog.” That’s the short of It!
A Serial Killer Comes Home
A Serial Killer Comes Home (single)
Release Date: October 31, 2018
Strong falsetto singing and a catchy melody that is sounded by a shifting feel that will keep you listening. Great guitar work and a rock solid rhythm section with a hip song form!