A strange and exhilarating three minutes of music, "Twelve Pictures" by Dirt Dress is recommended listening.
“Twelve Pictures” — the latest single from LA trio Dirt Dress — is a steady march set on a solid foundation of constant drums, chant-along vocals and persistent, fuzzy guitars. But the best moments of “Twelve Pictures” occur when that dang saxophone butts in. And whether it’s the roughhousing it delivers after the first build, or its aid in making the second escalation so powerful, it’s the saxophone that sets “Twelve Pictures” apart; it’s the saxophone that makes the song the strange and exhilarating three minutes of music that it is.
“Twelve Pictures” is the second single off of Revelations, an EP you can snag at Dirt Dress’ website on November 18.