Early punk music was raw, unincorporated groups blasting their own version of rock (angrier, smellier) out of their homes.
Joyce Manor nails the bangin’ painful reverb with “Christmas Card” a poetic polemic about trying to understand. BLUE ALERT
French Style Furs add some professional grad gear to their growlings in their “Christmas Card.” Still pissed, though.
999 sounds cheap and a little Jerry Lee Lewis with their “Christmas Cards.” They try to send ’em, but they’re just not smart enough.
Modern garage gets prettier with traits of lounge, folk, and opera. “The Unwritten Christmas Card” is still a symbol for something bad, but dig the distorted sax.