Every once in a while a band comes around with a sound that’s impossible to define. It’s rock, it’s pop, it’s frantic, it’s not. Blisses B, a quartet out of San Fransisco, ensure that they won’t be lumped into any generic category with their sophomore LP, Thirty Days, Sixty Years. The music is all over the map, and we’re left guessing as to what comes next.
It sort of symbolizes the theme of Knox Road, or what we at least strive for. No listening constraints – we post what we like. And it seems like Blisses B is more than content to play what they like, whenever it may come in handy. Also, the dudes are super D-E-E-P.
Thirty Days, Sixty Years explores the mathematical parameters that define our lives — weekends, vacations, adolescence, adulthood, the reality of how much time we have left on this earth — and the personal equations that result from the many caveats that can extend and shorten most of these time frames. Are we spending our time wisely, with the right people, and in the right place? What are we giving back?