On November 30th, 2001 The Strokes rolled through Asbury Park to play the Stone Pony four months after the band’s ground-breaking debut Is This It was unveiled to the world. The record poked a hole in the vacuum-seal that separated the modern era of underground Rock from the Popular music listening world…and the Jersey Shore has been devoid of anything like it ever since, until today.
Toms River’s Prehistoric Forest, an Indie-Pop collective known more for washing its musical compositions in a thick coat of snowy reverberance, returns with “Good Time”, a Stroke-esque lead single to the outfit’s forthcoming long-form debut.
“Good Time” comes complete with a passive vocal delivery akin to that of Julian Casablancas, and a prickly guitar mix that embeds it’s hooks deep within the Nick Valensi-revering music listener’s mind.
Stream Prehistoric Forest’s new single below (download it here) and be sure to join us at the band’s SIMGE Presented record release party on Friday, September 13th at the Berkeley Hotel. Find more information and RSVP to the event here: