A slice of tremolo-heavy classic rock filtered through the lens of the gunslinging American West, Remo Drive’s third LP, A Portrait Of An Ugly Man, is in many ways a return to form for the Minnesota-based indie-rock duo. The album, with its acrobatic guitar work, deeply self-referential lyrics and off-the-walls energy, calls back to the dexterous, eccentric sound that helped the band – brothers Erik (vocals, guitar) and Stephen (bass) Paulson – exploded into the underground with their debut album, 2017’s Greatest Hits. And, like the band’s earliest material, it took shape in an equally unassuming place: their parents’ basement.

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