Songs We Love: WVWhite, 'Drag Down'

As the son of a '90s indie-rocker, Tyler Travis has taken that era's sound and made it his own — after all, it's what's done with all that noise that counts.
WVWhite's new album, House Of The Spiritual Athletes, comes out April 21. Source: Courtesy of the artist

Written as an aside to having lost a slot opening for The King Khan & BBQ Show on the grounds that the band's music was "too depressing," WVWhite's "Drag Down" sets the pace for the Columbus

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