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Design of the Week | Triathalon



I want to take a minute to discuss the band that is Triathalon. Not to be confused with the long distance racing competition, the triathlon. I've mentioned them on the blog before, in regards to their hazy af video for "South Side," off the Cold Shower EP. But, now I want to direct your attention to their previous full-length release, Nothing Bothers Me.

Everyone loves being in love. There's nothing better than a sweet, sweet song that makes you feel that kinda way. In particular, I want to talk about Triathalon's sexy slow jam, "It's You." Equal parts steamy lyrics, breathy vocal delivery, groovy bass, and Mac DeMarco-like guitar riffs, this song takes me over the rainbow. Listen for yourself and go buy all of their music.

Posted by Brett Gregory on 28 June, 2017 Broken Circles, Design of the Week, Triathalon | 0 comments
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