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Pure Bathing Culture is an Oregon grown indie band. The band began performing back in 2012, coinciding with the release of their self-titled EP. Their second full length album, Pray for Rain, was released in late 2015 and was well received by the indie community. Pray for Rain is an exploratory album, which seems to have taken a shot at creating a popular radio hit while still keeping with their original sound on some tracks such as 'The Tower'. Sarah Versprille seems to have become more confident in her singing because she readily showcases her magnificent vocal range throughout this album. The title track feels like their attempt at making a radio hit. The song has a deep bass, a dreamy guitar and gruff vocals. Don't get me wrong, it is a great song. I enjoy seeing artists try something new. 'The Tower' is a gorgeous down-tempo song which utilizes a funky beat. Sarah's vocals on this song is somewhat mind-blowing. Her voice syncs and pairs so well with the guitar and beat that you desire the song to not end. The cuing lever is frequently used to replay that track. Pray for Rain is a great second album for Pure Bathing Culture and I look forward to what they have in store for us in the future.
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