by Danielle Holian
1955 premiered their latest track ‘How’d You Come Here?’ on CLASH.
CLASH have said “The band’s taut, snappy songwriting recalls those early Strokes cuts, or even power pop kingpins such as Cheap Trick. Three minute pop songs delivered with style and attitude, their off kilter wit has a David Lynch influence to it.”
Sasha Papadin and a group of musician’s used to play late sessions in a small studio in San Francisco, in late 2012. Later on forming a band who wrote and performed songs in front of close friends which gave them feedback.
Their songwriting is influenced with a modern, moody edge with a throwback to the clarity and simplicity of rock and roll songwriting from the likes of Bob Dylan and The Velvet Underground.
‘How’d You Come Here’ demands to be on repeat.