This rules pretty hard.
"The title “Dream House” has very specific connotations around here, where Deafheaven’s Sunbather left such a lasting impact on this past year. But blackgaze’s mainstream ambassadors don’t have a monopoly on that phrase. Indeed, Philadelphia riff-punks Amanda X have come up with a rad “Dream House” of their own, one that hearkens back to Hole, Sleater-Kinney, and Blake Babies at their most amped-up. Culled from the trio’s imminent debut album Amnesia, the song is built from slinky guitar parts, pounding drums, and vocals that range from fierce to fragile. Also, the chorus fucking howls" — Stereogum