Chicago’s indie band Bnny shared a gentle and beautiful new single “Breaking Up”, which follows up their debut album Everything, released last year.
The group is currently on tour in the EU and UK and played a stellar show last night supporting Dehd in Milan. The other upcoming dates are as follows:
Nov 3 – Aarau, CH: KiFF Nov 5 – Paris, FR: Les Trois Baudets Nov 7 – Copenhagen, DK: Loppen Nov 8 – Stockholm, SE: Kristallen Nov 9 – Oslo, NO: John Dee Nov 11 – Hamburg, DE: Molotow Nov 13 – Kortrijk, BE: Sonic City Festival Nov 14 – London, UK: St. Pancras Old Church
Deep in View is the debut album by Cola, released on Fire Talk. The band is new but members Tim Darcy (vocals, guitar) and Ben Stidworthy (bass) have previously played in Ought and they are joined by Evan Cartwright (drums), who used to play in The Weather Station and U.S. Girls.
Together they created the essential collection of dry and competent post-punk, that should immediately appeal to those who like the genre. The guitar work is fantastic and at some points songs go to really unexpected places (especially on the second half, like the beautiful and haunting closer “Landers”). Clocking in at just over half an hour, it is an easy record to love at first listen.
Deeper released their excellent sophomore LP Auto-Pain earlier this year via Fire Talk, and now they are sharing a new video for the album’s standout, “Helena’s Flowers”. In it the band underlines the acute problem of how capitalism is destroying our planet on the example of the Native American folklore.
Mamalarky have unleashed a new video for the mellow earworm “Schism Trek”, which serves as the latest single from their newly announced and highly anticipated self-titled debut record. It will be out November 20 via Fire Talk.