Everyone has way too much time on their hands.
The Philly born, Nashville-based songwriter will release a new LP called 'Stardust Birthday Party' on October 5 via New West.
We sat down with the LA garage outfit to talk the art of covers, a terrorist threat on their show, and making music in times of chaos.
The Toronto garage rock band channel an electric creative energy that results in a refined, confident sounding sophomore LP.
"I think this drives home the idea of feeling manipulated and figuring out how to leave a situation— regaining your control."
The video features Spot the Dog, known rock 'n' roller.
Burn it all down, start again.
With a take it or leave it attitude, the Toronto group ready themselves for their debut, giving a sample on the new raucous single "Money."
They also prove, yet again, that giant rabbits are fucking terrifying.
"A comfort zone does not have to be a place. A comfort zone is whatever makes you feel at ease."
The Chicago brat rock crew talks embracing their bad reputation and a new sound on their forthcoming album: "We're not gonna be kickin' it with Kanye any time soon. And that's okay."
The non-shitty album cut finally gets the video treatment.