B3SCI Records is excited to announce the debut single from new LA duo TOWER. ‘Teenage Miracle’ will be available via digital retailers and also as a limited edition white vinyl 7” on October 2nd.
“Teenage Miracle” was premiered by world renowned DJ Zane Lowe on Beats 1 via Apple Music. The track is in line with theit immensity-evoking band name, TOWER’s brand of towering, riff-laden guitar work mixed with a heavy dose of infectious pop songwriting and a boyish exuberance has been in the works since members Derek and Darin met in high school (their first show was opening for a System of a Down/Incubus cover band in a backyard in Newbury Park, CA). Over time, their love for sophisticated riffs and melodies met with more eclectic and production-oriented pop and hip hop sensibilities, as well as the subconscious influence of their relatively removed surroundings in the Californian valley.
‘Teenage Miracle’ charges straight out of the gate with soaring riffs, fuzz-addled bass, crashing drums and infectious melody that delivers hook after hook. The band states that it “is a song about Derek's stepbrother who discovered pot and his desire to become a famous rapper in the same weekend. We remembered having that naive state of mind where you can get way ahead of yourself."
In under 7 minutes in total, ‘Teenage Miracle’ along with 'Can't Vibe' manages to make an introduction that heralds both an exciting new act and leaves a lasting taste for more.
I remember the past
The night you thought you found acclaim
But wrote the "Be Here Now" of the pack
JC close to home
i’d consider the plan.
you don’t care what i say
Because your MC skill's in demand
It’s you that you KO’d, the more you thought about it
spent summer getting stoned, New England wasn’t what you wanted
so lay lay lay lay down, all the rhymes you wrote in hours, kick it in the backwoods, spittin with your bras, this kief is lasting hours
love from mom and the fam
cut up your girl and plan the day
when you’ve got stacks and a Benz
carry carry on,
your flow gets the slightest praise
still i have to lie and say
you could have it all