We think you’ll love the latest offering from legendary Omaha act, Cursive. “Barricades” is reminiscent of the lurching, turn-of-the-millenium emotion found on 2000’s Domestica, while still sounding fresh and relevant in 2019. Full of squelchy bass tones, spidery guitar lines, and Tim Kasher’s signature social-commentary-via-impassioned-howls, “Barricades” is full of discordant angst and energy… But Cursive has a way of sneaking just enough pop sentiment beneath the rickety surface of their songs to keep us coming back for more. Check it out below before you add it to your Spotify playlist.