Criminal Hygiene “Greetings From A Postcard”

"Greetings From A Postcard," by Criminal Hygiene
"Greetings From A Postcard," by Criminal Hygiene

LA garage rock band Criminal Hygiene just released the new single off their forthcoming album, Run It Again, titled “Greetings From A Postcard,” an observational song about desperate boredom. The track has a distinctly Big Star-ish, nostalgic quality to it perfectly suited for the upcoming holiday. The trio’s dound has been described as a mix of White Reaper, Culture Abuse and Twin Peaks.

Run It Again, the new album out on Friday, March 1, 2019 via Dangerbird Records, is a 10-song LP that shines a fresh light on a raw sort of garage rock, full of melody, smart lyrics and hooks for days. Recorded with Alex Newport (Death Cab For Cutie, Frank Turner, Bloc Party), the album is a punchy and at times introspective showcase referencing the pizza parlor where the entire band works, drunk friends, R.E.M., hollow relationships and more.