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Posted on November 10th, 2022
LANNDS, the newly Los Angeles-based duo of vocalist-guitarist Rania Woodard and multi-instrumentalist Brian Squillace, have released another transportive new single, "Overseas/BACK 2 U" out today.
The track follows the band's recent single "K TOWN" (which drew attention from the likes of The FADER, BrooklynVegan, and more), and offers another great jumping on point for LANNDS' vibrant psych-pop. Built on a warbling synth line and Woodard's entrancing vocals, "Overseas/Back 2 U" unfolds like a hazy dream, welcoming you into otherworldly but deeply human nature of LANNDS' music.
Woodard discussed the new song, saying:
"This song is meant to capture the tragedies of unfortunate unrequited love. Sometimes you meet a person and you realize you both are in different places in your lives and it just doesn’t work out. I wanted to write about the feelings in between the silence, the feelings after you realize you wish things were different, and the moments you realize that no matter what this person will still and always occupy a space in your heart and the way you move through life from then on."
Posted on November 7th, 2022
Pre-order Narrow Head's Moments of Clarity
Out February 10th 2023
Solitude, melancholy, and revelation bleed into each other throughout Narrow Head’s, Moments of Clarity, transporting the listener through a vast terrain of emotional spaces. Traversing the depths of towering, churning riffs, bouncing, lock-grooved rhythms, and crystalline, gorgeously constructed hooks, the Houston-based outfit puts on a masterclass in the art of writing songs that match the pain, pleasure, and confusion of modern living. Each track is sentimental without being precious, heavy without unnecessary griminess, pop-forward without letting the listener off the hook easy: these songs ask for some form of hurt or desire to be paid back to them in return, some promise that the listener is putting equal skin into the game.
Watch "Moments of Clarity" music video
Moments of Clarity reflects a matured sense of purpose. Longtime Narrow Head fans will undoubtedly still recognize the band’s signature marriage of brutality and grace, and many of the core themes of desolation, loss, and self-medication that the band established on their prior records Satisfaction (2016) and 12th House Rock (2020) continue to haunt the edges of Moments of Clarity. All the same, Moments rises above the darkness with a sense of elegant repose. While not exactly optimistic in outlook, these songs simmer with a certain life affirming desire, a burning passion to transcend pure cynicism and self-destruction, if only for even a few seconds.
The forthcoming Narrow Head album is also available in a special subscriber edition through our Magic Circle Subscription. The special edition LP is limited to 100 copies on "blue and clear pinwheel" vinyl and come with hand numbered foil stamped obi-strips. Find more info about how to join the Magic Circle here.
After a successful, headlining Fall North American run, Narrow Head are thrilled to announce they’ll be back on the road in February 2023 with White Reaper. See below for a full list of dates and to purchase tickets, go here.
Narrow Head Tour Dates:
Feb 07: Lexington, KY - The Burl ~
Feb 09: Indianapolis, IN - The Hi-Fi ~
Feb 10: Columbus, OH - Newport Music Hall ~
Feb 11: St. Louis, MO - Delmar Hall ~
Feb 13: Houston, TX - Warehouse Live Studio ~
Feb 14: Austin, TX - Scoot Inn ~
Feb 15: Dallas, TX - Granada Theater ~
Feb 17: Albuquerque, NM - Launchpad ~
Feb 18: Phoenix, AZ - Crescent Ballroom ~
Feb 19: San Diego, CA - Music Box ~
Feb 21: Los Angeles, CA - The Fonda Theatre ~
Feb 22: San Francisco, CA - August Hall ~
Feb 24: Portland, OR - Hawthorne Theatre ~
Feb 25: Seattle, WA - The Crocodile ~
Feb 26: Vancouver, BC - Rickshaw Theatre ~
~ w/ White Reaper, Taipei Houston
Posted on November 4th, 2022
Today, Virginia band Turnover releases their new album Myself in the Way. The band's fifth full-length album includes the previously-released singles "Tears of Change," which the band shared a new video earlier this week, "Ain't Love Heavy" featuring Bre Morell, "Mountains Made of Clouds," "Wait Too Long" and the album's title track featuring Brendan Yates of Turnstile.
Preceded by album listening events in New York, Boston & LA last week, Turnover is also embarking on their headline fall tour run to celebrate the album's release. The tour features support from George Clanton, Yumi Zouma, Horse Jumper of Love, Video Age, Temple of Angels and Riki on select dates, and recently-announced special guest performances from KEEP, Reptaliens, Ceremony, Spiritual Cramp, The Gas and Owen Casey on select dates as well. The 34-date run will begin on November 5th in Boston, with stops in Chicago, Nashville, Seattle, Los Angeles, Austin, Atlanta and a hometown show in Norfolk before wrapping up in Philadelphia on December 18th. Tickets on sale HERE.
Myself in the Way was born out of Turnover's desire to continue evolving their sound, making each body of work more exploratory than the last, but it's also a byproduct of the band's growth both as individuals and collectively. Armed with a flurry of new ways for the band to express themselves creatively, they challenged themselves to make their most ambitious body of work to date. Co-produced by frontman Austin Getz alongside frequent collaborator Will Yip, Myself In The Way sounds more expansive than anything they've done, intently honing in on sound design this time around, and yet it's wholeheartedly more intimate and self-reliant on their vision and execution. Bassist Danny Dempsey painted the cover artwork himself, and longtime touring guitarist Nick Rayfield contributed songs to the album to lend an additional spark.
Check out Myself in the Way and the video for "Tears of Change" above, see the full tour routing and album details, along with more info about the band below and stay tuned for more music from Turnover coming soon.
Upcoming Live Dates
11/5 - Boston, MA @ Roadrunner
11/6 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Steel
11/8 - Toronto, ON @ Danforth
11/9 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Spirit Hall
11/10 - Detroit, MI @ Saint Andrew Hall
11/11 - Indianapolis, IN @ The Vogue
11/12 - Chicago, IL @ House of Blues
11/13 - Columbus, OH @ The Bluestone
11/15 - Nashville, TN @ Brooklyn Bowl
11/16 - Saint Louis, MO @ Delmar Hall
11/17 - Kansas City, MO @ Madrid Theatre
11/18 - Denver, CO @ Summit Theatre
11/19 - Fort Collins, CO @ Aggie Theatre
11/20 - Salt Lake City, UT @ The Depot
11/22 - Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory
11/23 - Seattle, WA @ Neptune Theatre
11/25 - Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw
11/26 - Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
11/29 - San Francisco, CA @ The Fillmore
12/1 - San Diego, CA @ The Observatory North Park
12/3 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Wiltern
12/4 - Phoenix, AZ @ ZONA Festival
12/6 - Fort Worth, TX @ Tulips
12/7 - San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger
12/8 - Austin, TX @ Mohawk
12/9 - Houston, TX @ White Oak Music Hall
12/10 - New Orleans, LA @ The Joy Theatre
12/11 - Pensacola, FL @ Vinyl Music Hall
12/13 - Tampa, FL @ The Ritz Yrbor
12/14 - Atlanta, GA @ The Masquerade
12/15 - Carrboro, NC @ Cat's Cradle
12/16 - Washington, DC @ 9:30 Club
12/17 - Norfolk, VA @ NorVa
12/18 - Philadelphia, PA @ Union Transfer
Posted on October 19th, 2022
Stream "K TOWN" everywhere
LANNDS, the newly Los Angeles-based duo of vocalist-guitarist Rania Woodard and multi-instrumentalist Brian Squillace, have released a sprawling new single, "K TOWN." Out today via Run For Cover Records, the track provides the perfect introduction to the vibrant psych-pop that LANNDS excel at. Woodard's entrancing vocals envelope the listener in a pillowy cloud of hooks that sits atop a foundation of propulsive bass, layered percussion, and dreamy synth flourishes. The song comes to a spiraling conclusion with a shimmering guitar solo that cuts through the lush production, highlighting LANNDS' ability to make transportive, otherworldly music that still feels deeply organic and human.
Since forming in 2017, LANNDS have been steadily releasing EPs and always pushing their sound in new directions. "K TOWN" follows lotus deluxe, a reissue of their 2020 EP with new material that marked their first collaboration with Run For Cover Records and garnered attention from the likes of NPR, BrooklynVegan, FLOOD Magazine, and more. Now "K TOWN" offers an enticing hint of what's to come from LANNDS. The new track was entirely produced, engineered, and mixed by Squillace and Woodard, reflecting the duo's uniquely in-house approach to making such sweeping, widescreen music. “When we do it ourselves, even if it’s a little more 'home done' sounding, it’s just more us,” Squillace says. Years of collaboration have allowed the duo to embrace each other’s creative skills – whether it be Woodard’s blossoming layers of vocal melodies, or Squillace’s soulful piano chords – and shape them into a sound they can truly feel at home in, without the weight of outside influence. The result is a sound that LANNDS can truly call their own – and there's more to come.
Posted on October 14th, 2022
Today, Field Medic releases his new album, grow your hair long if you're wanting to see something that you can change, via Run For Cover Records. He also shares a new video for latest single "stained glass" featuring dancers in a dream-like sequence, floating along with the song's anxious undercurrent.
Watch "stained glass" music video
For his fifth full-length album, the songwriter known as Kevin Patrick Sullivan completely reinvented his approach. He relinquished solitary control of his self-described “full-time freestyle” bedroom recording process, heading into producer & multi-instrumentalist Gabe Goodman's LA studio instead, where steel guitarist Nick Levine (of Jodi) and drummer Nate Lich fleshed out the arrangements.
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grow your hair long contains some of Field Medic’s most immaculately arranged recordings yet, like album opener “always emptiness”, the first track Sullivan brought into the studio. It also includes four self-recorded and self-produced tracks, some of which stemmed from his post-studio, late-night moments of clarity, like “i had a dream that you died”. The result is an ambitious, fully-formed, and emotionally resonant collection of tracks: a triumphant picture of an artist diving deep into himself and coming out stronger than ever, both as a songwriter and as a person.
Within these delicate and lovingly made songs, there’s an underlying and tangible hope someone finds their own struggles. “Music is definitely a vessel for some form of healing,” says Sullivan. “Sometimes the best way to get out of your own head is to just get to work. Making this album helped me find my happiness again.”
Beginning next Saturday, October 22 2022, Field Medic embarks on a headlining fall tour through the US and Canada, with support from Sadurn, Derek Ted, and Juliet Sunflower. For the first time, he’ll be accompanied by a band in addition to his trusty boombox. Find a full list of tour dates below; buy tickets here.
Field Medic 2022 Tour Dates
10-22 — San Francisco, CA — Bottom Of The Hill $
10-25 — Portland, OR — Polaris Hall $
10-26 — Seattle, WA — Barboza $ [SOLD OUT]
10-28 — Salt Lake City, UT — Beehive $
10-30 — Denver, CO — Globe Hall $
11-01 — Minneapolis, MN — 7th Street Entry $
11-02 — Chicago, IL — Beat Kitchen $
11-03 — Columbus, OH — Ace Of Cups $
11-04 — Ferndale, MI — The Loving Touch $
11-05 — Lakewood, OH — Mahall’s $
11-06 — Toronto, ON — The Garrison $
11-08 — Philadelphia, PA — PhilaMOCA $ [SOLD OUT]
11-09 — Boston, MA — Red Room at Cafe 939 $ [SOLD OUT]
11-10 — Brooklyn, NY — Baby’s All Right $ [SOLD OUT]
11-11 — Washington, DC — Songbyrd $
11-12 — Richmond, VA — Richmond Music Hall at Capital Ale House $
11-14 — Carrboro, NC — Cat’s Cradle $
11-15 — Atlanta, GA — The Masquerade - Purgatory $
11-16 — Nashville, TN — The End $
11-18 — Dallas, TX — Ruins %
11-19 — Austin, TX — Empire Control Room %
11-22 — Phoenix, AZ — The Rebel Lounge %
11-26 — Los Angeles, CA — Moroccan Lounge # [SOLD OUT]
11-27 — Los Angeles, CA — Moroccan Lounge %
$ support from Sadurn
% support from Derek Ted
# support from Juliet Sunflower