damber, Los Angeles’ dimber have returned with a brand new 7” for all those clamoring for the band’s explosive and socially aware progressive pop punk." /> L.A. Record

dimber: “TAKE ME OUT” 7″

May 11th, 2018 | Album reviews

dimber
“Take Me Out” 7”
Chain Letter Collective

Less than six months since their debut EP damber, Los Angeles’ dimber have returned with a brand new 7” for all those clamoring for the band’s explosive and socially aware progressive pop punk. The A-side “Take Me Out” rockets out of the gates with catchy riffs, rock-solid rhythms, and honest lyrics about drinking to forget how overwhelming the world can be. B-side “Sons And Daughters” is a volatile track that deals with the insecurity and anxiety created by corporate environmental destruction and the terror inflicted by modern militarized police forces. While some bands have difficulty capturing the energy of their live performances in a sterile recording studio, dimber has no such problem. In fact, their recordings showcase just how the band sounds live, preserving the band’s intensity and power perfectly.

—Simon Weedn