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LISTEN: Sebastien Grainger's 'Going With You' is Super Hooky and Danceable
Death From Above 1979 vocalist's solo LP Yours To Discover promises to be pure pop

Fans eagerly awaiting new music from Death From Above 1979 will be pleasantly surprised by drummer/vocalist Sebastien Grainger’s latest solo output, assuming they like danceable synth-pop jams and blissed-out, karaoke-ready choruses. At first blush it might seem that DFA1979’s screeching, blistery punk couldn’t be mustered by the same guy behind this positively bubblegum gem, but on “Going With You” Grainger proves that his knack for earworm hooks and groovy, gripping basslines is an asset whether you’re in the mosh pit or on the dance floor. It’s the first single from the upcoming LP, Yours To Discover — a nod to Ontario’s tourism slogan, right down to the font — due out November 12 on Last Gang.

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Michael Kolberg is The Sprawl Editor at Toronto Standard. Follow him on Twitter for jokes @mikeykolberg.

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