Get Lost In Pine’s Little Elephant Performance Of “Letters”


Pine, an indie rock band from Ottawa, Canada is a band after my own heart. With their debut release “You Bury Me,” and following up with two more killer tracks off of a split with Dead Leaves, Pine are, in my opinion, one of, if not the band to watch in coming years. They blend emo, grunge, indie rock, post-rock and more into a condensed manner, dealing pulsating yet heartbreaking tracks.

If you have yet to check out Pine, their recently released performance on Little Elephant is a great place to start. With airy and sparse guitars, a grueling rhythm section, and heartbreakingly beautiful melodies at the forefront, Pine drone through the powerhouse track “Letters.”

Try not to swoon when vocalist Darlene Deschamps sings “I packed your bags, they’re in your room, don’t come around too soon,” as the band transitions into a new groove bound to make you sway. I dare you.

Enough talk though, check the band’s performance of “Letters” below.

Drew Caruso

Drew Caruso is a Bostonian who, when not writing about music and film, spends his time getting lost in New England, reading books, talking about science whether people want to listen or not, and more. To see the thoughts of a scientist by day and a writer by night, follow him on Twitter.
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