The Pulltops are a Milwaukee based duo exploring the atmospheres of indie rock, alt pop, and synthwaves. A strong experimental current blows through their tracks as they transform classic rock arrangements to suit their unique indie formulas. Drummer Mark Pierret and guitarist Tom Crowell draw from exceedingly vast musical influences ranging from old country and soul music to experimental and underground styles. The Pulltops’ latest track, Stronger is especially characterized by its blue affairs and twinkling melancholy. Listeners of Tame Impala, Pond, and Oasis are sure to enjoy the psychedelic appeal and gloomy mysteries of this track. Listen Now! 

If you think about it, the song forms in distinct rhythmic layers. With pulsing synths submerged by dazzling riffs and cool vocals, each tier contributes to the formation of a surreal sonic universe. A gnawing basal fuzz prepares the soundscape for bloom and blight alongside the uniform percussive echoes of the drums. The effervescent baritones easily grasps and translates the transcending emotion – from a looping haze to mantric planes and feverish falsettos. 

The duo debuted in 2002 with their album, 8-track. Since then, their installments have been one upping its predecessor in production values, conceptual design, and sonic aesthetics. 

The track is available for streaming on popular sites like Spotify, Apple Music, YouTube Music, and Amazon Music! 

You can listen to Stronger by The Pulltops here –