“Alone Again” is the second single off Kentucky’s The Pass’s upcoming sophomore record Melt, and it’s also the catchiest song you’ll hear today. If you’re interested in what could possibly be at the line between synth-pop and classic-influenced rock – where Passion Pit meets Free Energy – here’s your answer; “Alone Again” is a track with as much psychedelic synth noodling as ’70s hair guitar pyrotechnics and pounding, grooving drums. Frontman Kyle Peters’ voice is fantastic, easily and anthemically holding his own over the rest of his band’s anthemic pop rock drive. Get started learning this one by heart so you can sing it in your car wherever you go. Melt is out November 6th.
Premiere: The Pass – “Alone Again”
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