Snuff Redux - The French Press

Song of the Day
Hosted by John Richards
Today’s song, featured on The Morning Show with John Richards, is "The French Press" by Snuff Redux, from the 2018 album Denim American on Snuff Inc.
WRITTEN BY JASMINE ALBERTSON
PHOTO BY Abigail Jean Swanson

Seattle quartet Snuff Redux released their debut album, Denim American, last month. The band made the album “as a love letter to Seattle, a city in the midst of change.” Our song of the day, “The French Press,” is a nostalgic rocker that tackles feelings of longing in the midst of a beautiful moment. The song comes with a video by Lauren Rodriquez that captures those feelings in hazy visuals of a woman like daydreams of moments passed. Catch Snuff Redux tonight at Concerts at the Mural along with Tacocat and The Coathangers from 5-8pm.

 

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