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The Minor Injuries / Press

"Indecisive" by The Minor Injuries is a great alt-country song - No, it's a great roots rock song. As you can tell, I still haven't sorted out this subgenre pigeonholing thing. But whatever you call it, Indecisive is a great, loose, lo-fi tune. Like a strangely satisfying combination of Whiskeytown and The Velvet Underground, The Minor Injuries have a great laid-back feel. The first song on the EP, "Indecisive," is a brutally honest look at one of those "on the fence" relationships. Singing, "I can't decide what to do about you. I'm just seeking out the optimum," The Minor Injuries give insight into men's committment phobias. Yes, the relationship is good enough to stay in, but what if something better comes along? Although this state of mind is no fun for either party, The Minor Injuries wax philosophic by adding, "There's no such thing as making sense out of making love." Although romance can make you indecisive at times, there's no indecision about loving this song.

"The Minor Injuries. Three guys who love to play music. I like that. That’s the extent of the band’s biography. These . . . well . . . men of few words . . . form an interesting Americana/roots rock outfit, based out here in the American West. We went to Arizona here and kinda here. We’re going back there this week . . . this time to Phoenix.The Injuries are yet-to-make-it-big, but I think they’ve got a promising road ahead. They regularly play Phoenix-area watering holes . . . places like The Rogue Bar, the Yucca Tap Room, the Ice House Tavern, and the Rhythm Room. " - (Justin @ Reel Grease)

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