The band Whirr really sucks without the female vocalist. Here’s a selfie in the Middle East bathroom because they didn’t have mirrors.
Album Review: Whirr - 'Sway' -
I count myself fortunate to have discovered Whirr without the help of the whole “guilt-by-Deafheaven-association-via-Nick-Bassett” thing that over-shadows most write-ups about them these days. Every once in a great while, I’ll put my money into a blind faith music purchase, and in 2010,…
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Whirr - Sway -
When Whirr announced a new album and “Mumble” first premiered, things didn’t sound promising. Something just wasn’t right with the sound. Something was missing. Whirr’s second full-length, Sway, took a step in the wrong direction. Around, the latest Whirr release before Sway, seemed to be…
A+ review. GENIUS.
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Whirr has taken the scene by storm both socially and musically in recent months. The release of their new record "Sway" has truly dominated and reserved a spot on everyone’s Top 10 lists for this year, all long before its intended release date of September 23rd. Our own Alissa Reynolds had a chance to run some questions by the band about their feelings regarding the release and where they stand with fans and critics alike. Click Read More for the details!