Terry Malts is back with upcoming EP, Insides, out August 26. Noisey premiered "Let You In" today, one of the tracks from the new EP. Insides is also available for pre-order at Slumberland Records now.
Check out all upcoming tour dates for Terry Maltshere.
Joanna Gruesome "Jerome (Liar)"
Joanna Gruesome has premiered their first single of the year, "Jerome (Liar)" on Stereogum, listen to it here . "Jerome (Liar)" will be one of the songs featured on their upcoming split 12-inch with UK band Trust Fund. The Joanna Gruesome/Trust Fund split will feature three songs from each band and will be available in the United States on September 22.
Also, be sure to check out a complete list of Joanna Gruesometour dates, including FYF Fest, Popscene, Seaport Music Festival and multiple dates with Perfect Pussy.
Honeyblood Album Streaming
Honeyblood's upcoming self-titled album is streaming now at Pitchfork Advance. Head over to Pitchfork now to check it out. You can also pre-orderHoneyblood's debut album now, out July 14 on FatCat Records.
Slow Club is streaming their upcoming album Complete Surrender at NPR's First Listen. Head over to NPR now to listen. You can also pre-order Complete Surrender, out July 15, on iTunes and receive an instant track.
Slow Club will be touring in the fall in support of the album. A complete listing of tour dates can be found here.
Cymbals Eat Guitars Lose
Cymbals Eat Guitars have premiered two new tracks.
You can listen to the the single "Chambers" at Steregum and read their Q&A with the band. You can also stream "Chambers" on the band's Soundcloud. And, if you pre-order their upcoming album Lose on iTunes now, you get an instant download of the single "Jackson."
In case you missed it, here is a teaser trailer for the new album Lose, out in August.
Cymbals Eat Guitars will be on tour in support of the new album this coming August through October, check out the dates here.
Boris album & video available now
Boris just released their latest album Noise available now at Sargent House.
Boris sums up its sonic spectrum with Noise, “I think our music is built on top of an American rock legacy, but our experience within Japanese culture has sort of seeped through the cracks. Only people who have been to Japan — and have spent time outside it — can really grasp the true nature of this country. Things are really twisted here, right? It’s hard to explain. Even we don’t know where to start sometimes." Read their full interview online at The Japan Times.
The band will be on tour this summer in support of the album, click here for the full list of dates. And be sure to also check out the official video for the single "Vanilla."