Hear the Pharmacy's Fleet-Footed 'Make Me Remember'

From the nomadic Seattle trio's forthcoming 'Stoned & Alone,' due November 20 on Old Flame

The Pharmacy / Photo by Adarasha Benjamin
The Pharmacy / Photo by Adarasha Benjamin
David Bevan WRITTEN BY
David Bevan

Though the Pharmacy call Seattle their hometown, the power-punk threesome spent much of the past year living and writing their latest album Stoned & Alone in New Orleans. It's an effort that finds them stepping outside of their beery comfort zone, experimenting with strings and fleshing out songs (many of which were recorded back in Seattle at Jack Endino's Soundhouse studios using the same Fender amp Kurt Cobain did on 1989's Bleach) to lengths they hadn't yet before. Below hear weightless highlight "Make Me Remember," a song with a coda that's tough to forget.


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