NMM SoundBytes: Outerfield Declares That the Fields are All “Dust” Now

Lead single from Indiana rock outfit Outerfield’s new album, Pleasant Grove Hotel, is called “Dust” and it asks exactly what we’ve done in the name of “progress”. With a decidedly grunge influenced brand of modern indie rock, the group blends metallic riffs, 90s pop hooks, and modern indie rock to create a unique sound that feels distinctly made for 30 somethings drinking at their favorite dive bar and hoping to take in a good rock show.

The band’s sound has been favorably compared to the like of the Posies and Wilco, though 90s grunge kids like myself are likely to hear a good deal of that era’s sound flowing through Outerfield, as well – especially vocally.

Check out their music video for “Dust” below:

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