That new instrument in that song really added a lot to the melody.
Cincinnati lacks any decent radio station where they cater to the up and coming bands anymore. We only have 102.7 WEBN and you get 15 commercials for every 1 song they play, all their music is royalty contract music that they've played the same songs from the same older rock bands for years.
We lost 97.3 FM when Howard Stern left the airwaves. The radio station struggled to gain listeners even though they had a raunchy morning show afterwards.
It turned into a country music station by year's end. Somebody with 10 million and the desire to bring back alternative rock will hit it big if they can go 10 years in this area.