Their latest LP The Tourist comes out Feb. 24th, and they’ll be touring North America- Check out the news and “Down (Is Where I Want to Be)” HERE
Hear the lead single off Fred’s upcoming LP Changer, out Jan. 27th on Polyvinyl! You can Pre-Order the LP and check out the single HERE. GFP describes the single: “His narrative stretches across a paced instrumentation of strums and electric flairs, making it seem as though he’s reading directly from a diary entry, or offering advice in a crammed, darkened bar.”
“With a late ’90s video aesthetic, “Pour Down” is certainly an impassioned creation. The vocal arrangements only add to the emotion and meaning behind the words, highlighting the deeper, highly universal challenges of femininity and queerness.”
Sloppy Heads’ debut full-length “Useless Smile” comes out January 27th. “From the first guitar chords, we feel like we’re about to be transported into a track by The Monkees. And we aren’t far off, as they sing about the coming of winter in a very similar – and equally as endearing – way, with a tad more contemporary garage rock inflection.”
“Mallwalkers” is the closing track from Fred’s upcoming LP Changer (out Jan. 27th on Polyvinyl). Fred explains “Like a lot of the songs for this record, the gender of the protagonist is unclear, and with “Mallwalkers” it’s also vague as to if the song is addressing one melancholic subject, different people or a whole group of characters and their interactions.”
The A.V. Club is premiering “Take It To The Limit” from Del Paxton’s new album All Day, Every Day, All Night, which is out March 3 on Topshelf Records. “Take It To The Limit” is an effervescent rocker that recalls The Promise Ring circa Nothing Feels Good, whimsical backing harmonies and all. Listen to it HERE.
Check out their third full length LP and read the interview with the band HERE, which touches on how the band came together, changes over the years and what’s next!