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Boston based indie trio The Chelsea Curve have released their brand new single just the other day titled "Inconceivable". The song is a dazzling, mesmerizing track that has a 80's Pretenders vibe to it, conjured upon a more modern aesthetic integrating the talents of everyone involved to create a real standout track. The group consists of Linda Pardee on lead vocals and bass, Tim Gillis on guitars, and Ron Belanger on drums. The group's name comes from the treacherous curve located on Route 1 that makes anyone cringe when someone asks to drive them to a store located on that busy stretch of highway. I was really impressed with the group upon first listen, and they really have a sound that pays homage to the past, while also embracing the musical possibilities of the future. There's no telling what the future holds for the Boston music scene, but The Chelsea Curve definitely provide a sense of comfort and wonder knowing that the best days definitely do lie ahead. A terrific track that is worthy of adding to a playlist or two.
You can check out "Inconceivable" now streaming on Bandcamp here and on all major streaming providers as well. For more info on The Chelsea Curve, please give them a 'Like' on Facebook here, follow them on Twitter over here, and see their pics on their Instagram feed conveniently located right here.