Iceage offshoot VÃ¥r began as a lo-fi punk outfit despite the shift into experimental noise/techno-pop for their forthcoming full-length debut, No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers. On their latest single, “Into Distance”, the foursome revisit their origins, proving they’re still punk rockers at heart. Gone is the digital sheen of “The World Fell”, and in its place is a driving deluge of mournful horns, rollicking acoustic guitar, and vocals seemingly overburdened with emotion. By eschewing mechanical efficiency for unpredictability, the group’s grounded their new multi-media aspirations in something more organic. Listen in below.
No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers is due out May 14th via Sacred Bones.
No One Dance Quite Like My Brothers Tracklist:
01. Begin To Remember
02. The World Fell
03. No One Dances Quite Like My Brothers
04. Motionless Duties
05. Hair Like Feathers
06. Pictures of Today / Victorial
08. Into Distance