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I Was Totally Destroying It

The Chapel Hill-based quintet I USED TO BE Totally Destroying It formed in 2007 in the ashes of Sorry About Dresden and Saddle Creek. Their music benefited from muscular guitars as well as the perspective supplied by dual songwriters (and business lead vocalists) John Booker and Rachel Hirsh. Booker and Hirsh had been romantically connected at the forming of the music group, but split up between the discharge of their debut record and Horror Vacui, their exceptional 2009 discharge on Greyday Information. The break up was the main topic of many songs over the sophomore record, but the music group otherwise continuing intact. A thorough touring schedule matched I USED TO BE Totally Destroying It using a dazzling selection of serves, both underground and mainstream, underscoring the flexibility of their audio, which runs from sensitive folk-rock to full of energy traditional rock-influenced anthems to punk-pop gems with the type of boy-girl harmonies which were well-known in ’90s indie rock and roll.

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