Sister Jack, a Seattle-based post-punk band, recently released a new track. Come Apart is the second tune on the album and serves as a natural follow-up to Don’t Let Me Down. Both singles were released in 2022, therefore this appears to be a new project for the singer. Come Apart, on the other hand, is brimming with expertise, brilliant ideas, and outstanding musicianship. Sister Jack appears to have meticulously planned each move to please even the most discerning post-punk enthusiasts. Come Apart may appear to be a complicated song with rapid rhythmic passages, audible basslines, and semi-distorted riffs, yet it will appeal to fans of the genre.
Sister Jack is adding strong guitar tones to post punk with “Come Apart,” which has a gloomy yet beachy atmosphere. When everything in your life begin to fall apart, you may feel as if you are going off a cliff. The song was only released a few days ago, but it is clearly clear that it will become a favourite of many people.
The song has a brooding, dark mood that recalls 80s new wave and post-punk artists like Joy Division, as well as some more contemporary influences like Bloc Party’s crisp guitar work. It all has a raw and honest quality to it, which adds to its allure.
Sister Jack, on the other hand, isn’t just like post-punk music. Sister Jack, on the other hand, delves into complementing genres including punk rock, alternative rock, and indie rock. The guitar tone is reminiscent of grunge music, particularly those bands that are now exploring grunge revivalism. Sister Jack is more into the eighties and nineties sound, which is vividly audible from start to finish, thanks to the vividly audible reverb effect put over the voice, accentuations while singing, and many other characteristics that identify the aforementioned decades. You’ll notice right away how well this style of music complements his voice. Come Apart is a must-have for fans of current post-punk.
Listen to Sister Jack Come Apart song below!
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