Everyone loves a good Rhodes piano sound and Vancouver, BC genre-averse rockers WITHIN RUST threw every fancy composition that popped in their head to write a new suave indie pop track entitled “What You’re After” premiering exclusively on WinnieCooper.net.

Vocalist Nolen Scott comments:
“We made a point of writing a type of song that we haven’t written before to jump start our creative juices. We also wrote the song as a “kind of halfway point” to a follow up to 2016 LP ‘Light and Shadow’.”
The new single is produced by Tom Dobzranski (The Zolas, Said The Whale, We Are The City) at Monarch Studio and mastered by Brock Mcfarlane at CPS Mastering.  The track starts with a dance indebted interlude, before jumping ship to a hook laden intro and is about love and loss, particularly the realization that two people might be absolutely terrible for one another. Coupled with shimmering Police-esque guitar lines from Matt Gage, John Waldock’s (bass / additional keys) unwavering focus, powerful drum chops from newly welcomed member Eric Twemlow, and Nolen Scott’s (vocals / keys) soaring highs and crooned anguish, the song ultimately explodes into a brilliantly choreographed finish, joined with a sense of acceptance.
To hear “What You’re After”, please visit the following link: http://winniecooper.net/2017/05/exclusive-premier-within-rust-what-youre-after/
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BIO:Within Rust is an explosive rock band drawing from the worlds of indie, prog, punk and pop, ready to bleed with expert musicianship. Once named #3 release of the week by Alan Cross in his A Journal Of Musical Things, with 2015 single “Surfacing”, and picking up reviews from as far as Germany’s powermetal.de for 2016 full length “Light and Shadow” the band trudges on.  The band started 2017 off by polishing off “What You’re After”, a track dripping with ‘prog goes pop’ 80’s nostalgia, with Tom Dobrzanski (The Zolas, Said The Whale, We Are The City) at Monarch Studios and has achieved limited airplay on commercial and college radio across North America.

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