Today's stream comes from Milwaukee, WI-based Midnight Reruns. On their self-titled debut, the band take lovingly obvious cues from fellow midwesterners The Replacements, with palpable hints of loss, longing, fucking up and being fucked up set to the tune of powerfully melody-driven, but still-fractured gutter pop riffs.
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