For most of its three decades, Superchunk has expressed its politics by action and implication rather than spelling them out. The Chapel Hill band's new album "What A Time To Be Alive" sets the tone right out of the gate with the title track, a blast of claron-call guitars and lyrics of pure agitprop bile.
For most of its three decades, Superchunk has expressed its politics by action and implication rather than spelling them out. The Chapel Hill band's new album "What A Time To Be Alive" sets the tone right out of the gate with the title track, a blast of claron-call guitars and lyrics of pure agitprop bile. Lissa Gotwals
For most of its three decades, Superchunk has expressed its politics by action and implication rather than spelling them out. The Chapel Hill band's new album "What A Time To Be Alive" sets the tone right out of the gate with the title track, a blast of claron-call guitars and lyrics of pure agitprop bile. Lissa Gotwals