Pohgoh is carrying on the storied tradition of late 90s emo – fully evident in their latest release, “Hammer.” With plenty of guitar jangle and endearing and emotional vocals, “Hammer” continues their streak of excellent, basement-show emo tunes with an overarching theme of anxiety and depression. Heart wrenching lyrics give a powerful and poignant look at singer Susie Ulrey’s MS diagnosis, as well as the anxieties that came along with the pandemic. Pohgoh is planning an album, du und ich, due out November 4th… Get a taste of what to expect from “Hammer” below.

ICYMI, we recently featured Pohgoh’s song “Weeds” too – definitely worth a listen.

You can find “Hammer” in lots of places online – check them all out here.