Former WU LYF bassist sings a cappella and on the move.
Off his forthcoming 7-inch, due out later this week.
Off a forthcoming 7″, due out next week.
His first new music since band’s abrupt end last November.
It’s been a fast, wild year.
“WU LYF is dead to me.”
Well, we DEFINITELY bros now, bros.
Three days of rain, desert heat, and Tupac Shakur.
Including dates with SBTRKT and WU LYF.
Pulp, Jeff Mangum, Godspeed You! Black Emperor, At the Drive-In, and Refused, too!
Making their television debut.
UK heavy-pop outfit sets down in April.
The pop was heavy that day, my friends.
And bros stick together.
European and North American dates inside!
Let’s get serious because it’s fall and it’s time to get serious.
With a chunk of time spent in North America, too.
This deliberately enigmatic record feels like an indie battle cry.
Always collecting what is, and never what isn’t.