Santa Barbara slacker rock outfit The Six Sevens hit the nail on the head of the quarter life crisis in their single “San Francisco.” The quintet’s jangly guitar lines and bleary drum fills help paint the picture of parental disappointment and being young, broke, and restless. With that grungy and wholesome sound that conjures comparisons to The Front Bottoms or Sorority Noise, there’s a down to earth relatability to this track that will have you hitting replay time and time again. “San Francisco” is fresh off The Six Seven’s latest album, Watch Your Head. Get the full picture with this album and more on the band’s bandcamp page.