Joes, “Welcome Home”

Dayna Evans

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Joes, the project of twenty-year-old Harvard student Jason Hellerstein, might have just found a way to blend Dismemberment Plan and Los Campesinos! into one perfect little band. Utilizing 90s influence and crunchy, lo-fi guitar vibes, the debut track from his Welcome Home EP, the aptly titled “Welcome Home”, shows Joes getting the point in that standard college rock meandering way. By the song's close, a strong solo comes through to accompany lyrics that remind us that nostalgia isn't all BuzzFeed lists and faux longing, it can have that sensitive pang that feels as real as hearing an old record for the first time in a long time or running into a long-lost friend. Combining 90s nostalgia with that ability to bring forward those feelings shows that Hellerstein has a flare for bringing out our most sincere heartfeels.

Joes' “Welcome Home” comes from an EP of the same name, out next month.

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