The song starts out with fuzzed out guitars and spacey vocals. The vocals are anxious--on the verge of a screaming fit--but they never cross that angry threshold. Instead, it remains in control as the song slowly gathers momentum and grows through post-punk, noisy jams and circles back to where it started. There is no climactic action, rather a nervous stutter and angry smash two-thirds of the way through. The song walks a line of restrained tension without succumbing to base emotion. A fair starting point might be somewhere between Arcwelder and Guided By Voices.
Tiger Bones "Walk Right" is a lo-fi, blues-heavy song that reminds me of an in-tune Flipper. The rhythm holds steady, with guitar and vocal dynamic shifts that play well together as the song gradually gains momentum with each howled, fragmented lyric.
Overall, it's a split between two upper-Midwestern bands with similar lo-fi inclinations, but different approaches in terms of complexity and structure. They complement one another without simply sounding like carbons from the same school of influence.