“Cellar Door” – A Candid Exploration of Love’s Complexity

“Cellar Door” is the newest track from A/V CLvB, giving us a taste of what to expect from their upcoming EP, “Dumbwaiters to Die For.” This song delves deep into a troubled love story marked by lies and a strong desire for stuff. They got inspired by the mysterious movie “Donnie Darko” and made a song that feels like an emotional rollercoaster about human connections.

The song “Cellar Door” was born from a love for the movie “Donnie Darko,” and the name itself started it all. It feels alive, like a mix between a sad song and an angry one. The words talk about two people in a bad relationship, focusing on the man’s ego and wanting lots of things.

Hailing from Plymouth, MA, A/V CLvB brings us “Cellar Door,” a wild art-rock song that tips its hat to bands like The Smashing Pumpkins and Queens of the Stone Age, while keeping its feet in punk, grunge, and emo. This song’s charm lies in its jumbled chords and refreshing simplicity, with a smooth bassline amidst the noisy guitar bits. A/V CLvB’s dissonant style reminds you of bands like Neutral Milk Hotel, The Pixies, and Sonic Youth.

The drums are awesome, and there’s a killer guitar solo that shows the band’s talent. A/V CLvB mixes different things together to create a cool music experience. The lyrics talk about love and relationships in a real way, with verses that show wanting and broken promises and a chorus that packs a big emotional punch.

Listen to Cellar door below

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