"Guitarist and vocalist Eva Treadway's lyrics are specific, yet painfully relatable, she speak-sings in the second verse, revisiting unsatisfying diary entries from her youth. The charm of the track, however, lies in the chorus, which is generous in sympathy and perspective."
For a limited time, you could pre-order the record or CD with an exclusive Pllush t-shirt, making this the first time the band has had merch available on the web! Stranger to the Pain releases 6/08.
The second single to be shared from Slow Buzz, the third full-length from Philadelphia's Remember Sports, is now available to stream via the FADER. Accompanying the interview is a brand spankin' new video for their newly shared song, "Pull Through."
The FADER wrote up a sweet piece on Remember Sports today, check out the article here and watch the video for "Pull Through" below.
Slow Buzz drops on May 18th, so make sure to get those pre-orders in - the grimace purple / bone a-side b-side is going fast..
Since first arriving on the Bay Area music scene four years ago, Pllush have amassed a dedicated following with the release of a pair of EPs (2015’s Pine and 2016’s Please) and a split with Father/Daughter label mates Remember Sports. 2018 sees the quartet release their debut full-length album, Stranger to the Pain, comprised of twelve songs recorded and mixed by Grace Coleman at Different Fur Studios in San Francisco, CA and mixed by Carl Saff in Chicago, IL. The tender, slow tempoed lead single “Shannon” is centered on Karli Helm’s exquisite vocal style, leaving the listener with a memorable piano outro.
Read what Stereogum had to say about the first peek into Stranger to the Pain here: https://www.stereogum.com/1988562/pllush-shannon/p...
Stranger to the Pain releases on June 8th, 2018.
Having been the driving force of Attic Abasement for over a decade now, Mike Rheinheimer, a Rochester, NY native has amassed an extensive back catalog of lo-fi albums and EPs -- each one distributed via Bandcamp and short-run CD-Rs, and it was through those means that Attic Abasement's name became an underground phenomena. On April 6, 2018, Father/Daughter is proud to reissue Attic Abasement's seminal album, Dancing Is Depressing, digitally and on vinyl for the first and only time. Not only that, Dancing Is Depressing (Expanded Edition) will feature a pair of songs that originally appeared on local Rochester compilation albums.
Pre-order the record standalone or as a part of a bundle with a pre-order exclusive t-shirt and get a digital download of the full record! Attic Abasement's Dancing is Depressing (Expanded Edition) drops on 4/6. Watch the "Australia" music video on The Fader HERE.