Charleston’s Stop Light Observations Release New Political Song

Capturing the false ideals of the millennial era, Charleston’s Stop Light Observations’ new song “Security” is a creeping, thought-provoking and sometimes menacing track that begins with a sparse xylophone followed by the delicate vocals of frontman Will Blackburn that “come at us like a wise old wizard giving sage advice.” (Pancakes and Whiskey)

Listen here: http://shorefi.re/2bcalH6

Along with previous singles “Dinosaur Bones” (a heartbreaking reflection on a lonely and failing relationship) and “Aquarius Apocalyptic” (a manic anthem inspired by the lucid dreams of band member John-Keith Culbreth), “Security” proves that Stop Light Observations’ upcoming album ‘Toogoodoo’ (out August 26) is filled with provocative songwriting delivered with an undeniable gusto.

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