Narrow Head’s wall of riffs add stark contrast to their best quality– deceptively sweet pop melodies.
Rising from the Texas underground/DIY scene, Narrow Head quickly amassed a devoted following for their standout live performances and open-hearted, emotionally naked songwriting. Their sophomore effort 12th House Rock is the distillation of the greatest moments in 90’s alternative and hard rock with a fresh set of ears, thirteen tracks of Narrow Head’s signature brand of bludgeoning lullabies bursting at the seams with creative ideas, new directions and huge, monolithic riffs. Think Deftones with a sprinkle of Guided By Voices and Quicksand.
Delving into deep-seated themes of self-loathing, desolation, self-medication, the loss of loved ones and hopeful redemption, 12th House Rock is, as the title suggests, a rock-focused LP themed on transition– exploring the vast abyss of darkness just before the sun cracks upon the horizon.
Watch ‘Night Tryst’ from the album here