La Dispute has released a beautiful rendition of Nirvana’s “Polly.” The track comes off of Robotic Empire’s upcoming Nirvana tribute record, Whatever Nevermind. This is the second Record Store Day release dedicated to the grunge group. The release will also feature contributions from Circa Survive, Touché Amoré, and more.
This particular song does have a signature sound; however, La Dispute does manage to their own style on it. Right off the bat, the band is easily identifiable. The sound is so distinct that a young hardcore kid who was deprived of a colorful musical background would totally be convinced that Jordan Dreyer was the one who scribbled down the words himself. Take a listen to the cover below and let us know your thoughts!
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01. Young Widows – Smells Like Teen Spirit
02. Torche – In Bloom
03. Kylesa – Come As You Are
04. Cave In – Breed
05. Boris – Lithium
06. La Dispute – Polly
07. White Reaper – Territorial Pissings
08. Circa Survive – Drain You
09. Touche Amore – Lounge Act
10. Wrong – Stay Away
11. Pygmy Lush – On A Plain
12. Nothing – Something In The Way
13. Thou – Endless, Nameless / Even In His Youth (Bonus Tracks)
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