frown Just finished the show with Show Me The Body, Jesus Piece, Zulu and Tripp Jones with a truly ferocious Brooklyn Steel performance. And that tour found them playing “Opening Night” and “Shot Down,” two of their upcoming great singles, Will Yip produced. Psychic Dance Routines EP Today they shared the title track. An indie rock reminiscent of songs like Sonic Youth and PJ Harvey that remind you that indie comes straight from hardcore right from the start. Directed by guitarist Malachi Greene, playing along to the song’s text, lead singer Kat Moss said:
My perspective on being seen as the “performing” version of me has changed dramatically. At the same time try to combat the experience of being a female artist in a world that doesn’t take you too seriously.
I try to shift perspectives in the lyrics because I feel that will have the greatest impact on the message I am trying to convey. ‘She will never be your animal. She has her own hell” in its simplest form. I’m explaining that no one can make me understand who I am. And I have bad things My own to deal with. When using ‘She’, I make it clear that I’m also talking about the feminine experience. ‘can’t control myself Think about the love I give.’ I urged my audience to let go of their grip on me and question whether they would allow me to be as serious and vulnerable as I really am.
Check out the songs and videos below.
Scowl will celebrate the new EP in NYC next week with a sold-out performance at Rough Trade NYC on Thursday, April 6, and an appearance at Flatspot Records’ Flatspot World event at the Brooklyn Monarch on Saturday, April 8. They went on to Coachella and many others after that. All dates are listed below.
The EP will be available on 7/4 via Flatspot and we have the special colored vinyl available for pre-order now.
Frown — 2023 Tour Dates
4/6- New York NY @ Rough Trade NYC
4/8 – Brooklyn, New York – Flatspot World @ The Monarch
4/15 – Indio, CA @ Coachella
4/22 – Indio, CA @ Coachella
4/26 – Sheffield, UK @ Yellow Arch with pest control system
4/27 – Southampton, UK @ Carpentry w/ Pest Control
4/28 – London, UK @ The Dome with Pest Control System
429 – Brighton, UK @ One Church w/ Out of Love
4/30 – Bristol, UK @ The Exchange w/ Out of Love
5/1 – Leeds, UK @ Key Club with Out of Love
5/2 – Glasgow, UK @ Stereo with Out of Love
5/3 – Nottingham, UK @ Bodega w/ Out of Love
5/6 – Atlantic City, New Jersey @ Bamboozle
5/13 – Las Vegas NV @ Sick New World
with speed + tsunami
5/25 – Adelaide AUS @ Lion Arts Factory
5/26 – Melbourne AUS @ Prince Bandroom
5/27 – Melbourne AUS @ Stay Gold
30/5 – Newcastle AUS @ Newcastle Hotel
5/31 – Gold Coast AUS @ Vinnie’s Dive Bar
6/01 – Brisbane AUS @ Zoo
6/03 – Sydney, Australia @ Back On The Map Vol. 2
6/23-25 - Manchester, UK @ Outbreak Fest
with Circle Jerks
7/18 – Petaluma, CA @ Phoenix Theater
7/19 – Arcata California @ Arcata Theater Lounge
20/7/20 – Eugene or @ WOW Hall
7/22 – Spokane, WA @ The Knitting Factory
7/27/29 – Xixón, Spain @ Tsunami Xixón Festival
8/10-12 – Ancora, Potrugal @ Sonic Blast Festival
8/26 – Reading, UK @ Reading Festival
8/27 – Leeds, United Kingdom @ Leeds Festival
9/23 – Birmingham, AL @ Furnace Fest
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