i miss USA

29 Apr

Question: What am I learning from my study abroad experience? Answer: why everybody wants to leave this fuggin continent and come to the real America. Don’t worry, I told ’em they can’t cause Arizona is being a bitch right now. Nah nah, its been a life-changing experience living here, amazing adapting to another culture and yup, great. But seriously, shit ain’t my home.

Truth be told, this band DOM isn’t from my home either. They’re actually from Worcester, Mass. (??????????) No bother, USA represent. Plus they brought summer jams! and perfect timing, right? As we’re finishing up finals (you can do it nicky) and getting ready for the summer that, like all the others, will inevitably slip right through our fingers and on toward decay and climate change and… catheters, we need these big synth-pop singles to remind us that there’s still time to dance. Or at least you can make time by telling your boss that you’re sorry but you’re an hour out of New York with no ride and you know what you’re done wearing a fucking hat to work anyway (yeeeah New Haven 2009).

Bullshit aside, this track is a fresh slice of deep-fried fuzz-pop patriotism, with a sound big enough and lyrics catchy enough to breach the mainstream, MGMT style baby. This single also compliments Nunez’s post perfectly and I have a sneaking suspicion that this shits gonna blow up big. Before you know it, your mom’s gonna be humming, it’s so sexyyyy, to be living in america. Prob be doin a little booty shake too:

Living in America – DOM (mp3)


6 Responses to “i miss USA”

  1. Emery 04/29/2010 at 11:30 am #

    Yeah shout out to chapel st

  2. em-f 04/29/2010 at 9:28 pm #

    i like how the periodic beeping in the song makes me think a microwave is going off everytime. america baby!

  3. ihadsevenfaces 04/29/2010 at 9:36 pm #

    heatin up them burgers, burgers.

  4. nicknunez88 05/02/2010 at 7:25 pm #

    How do I download this? The internet is complicated…


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