Sneak Attack Media Make Do and Mend hail from Hartford, Ct., but their…
- Posted on Jun 5th 2012 11:00AM by Cameron Matthews
The rockers' new song, "Disassemble," is an ode to their post-hardcore roots, with verses reminiscent of Hot Water Music and a chorus that screeches like early Foo Fighters.
"'Disassemble' is the second track off of our new record, Everything You Ever Loved. It's one of my favorites, not only because I think it's a really fun song to play and that it came out great on the record, but also because it's the first song that all four of us wrote together when Luke [Schwartz] joined the band," guitarist Mike O'Toole tells Spinner.
"It's a song where we definitely stepped outside of our usual sonic approach and used loads of tambourines, handclaps and backup vocals. Despite that, to me, there isn't one second in the track that doesn't feel like a Make Do And Mend song."
Stream "Disassemble" above and follow the link below to pre-order Everything You Ever Loved.