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PREMIERE: Seaside's Burnt Palms Feel the Angst and Frame It with 'Back On My Wall'

Meet Angela Chase's favorite band.

Burnt Palms are a rock quartet packing bad moods into fiery, grunge-pop missives. Guitarist Christina Riley's scorched vocals may nod to 90s singers like Liz Phair or Courtney Love, but a pounding, pop-punk spirit takes the lead here on the group's third record, Back On My Wall. Pissed-off, lonely, and and huffy as hell, this new LP from Burnt Palms is something you could expect to find in Angela Chase's long-lost cassette player. Below is an exclusive stream of Back On My Wall. Pre-order the record here before its official release this Friday via Italian label and collective We Were Never Boring.

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