San Diego pop punk rising stars drop searing new single off forthcoming debut LP
The Inflorescence is one of the best groups in the latest wave of young acts holding down San Diego’s potent DIY scene. Earlier this year, the band – comprised of singer/guitarist Tuesday Denekas, drummer Milla Merlini, bassist Sasha A’Hearn, and guitarist/singer Charlee Berlin – debuted the fiery single “Are You Sorry” off their forthcoming debut LP Remember What I Look Like. Today, The Inflorescence follows that up with their searing, poignant new single “Tomorrow Night” and its accompanying music video.
While “Are You Sorry” was a more blistering and uptempo track, “Tomorrow Night” is full of melancholic tones and crushing heartbreak vibes. Sparse guitar riffs coalesce along with throttling basslines, while Denekas’ voice initially opens with a soft croon before bellowing at full power during the song’s emotionally sweeping chorus. “…Just try your hardest and stare right at me/ And break my heart like you have already,” she sings over huge power chords and a nifty guitar solo, which launch the track to stratospheric emotional and sonic heights.
The Inflorescence’s Remember What I Look Like arrives this summer via Kill Rock Stars. In the meantime, you can check out the video for “Tomorrow Night,” directed by Department, below: