Alex Cameron – Divorce
Cherry Glazerr is back today, releasing a new, standalone single and video entitled “Juicy Socks.” The band rocks out in the Jessica Nicole Collins-directed video surrounded by a hedonistic brawl inside a neon-lit party bus. “Juicy Socks,” an infectious rocker, is the first new music to be released by the Los Angeles three piece since 2017’s Apocalipstick, and is a preview of music the band is currently recording for their forthcoming new LP via Secretly Canadian.
Cherry Glazerr (now a three-piece featuring Clementine Creevy on guitar/vocals, Tabor Allen on drums and Devin O’Brien on bass) will play Coachella on Saturday, April 14 and 21 at 6:30pm on the Sonora Stage. They will also support shows prior to Coachella in Pomona, CA and Las Vegas for 2018 Grammy winners Portugal. The Man.
The band spent much of 2017 on the road throughout the US and Europe, playing 127 shows total and including dates alongside The Flaming Lips, Spoon, Foster The People, Slowdive and others – plus their own headline shows and festival appearances at FYF, Panorama, Osheaga, and Pitchfork. Most recently, Cherry Glazerr performed with The Breeders in Los Angeles on April 5.
Clementine Creevy has this to say about the new single: “‘Juicy Socks’ is about vocalization. Using one’s voice as a strong weapon and needing to be heard in order to not feel like shit. Oh also, it’s about wanting to smash Donald Trump’s orange fuckin’ head into a brick wall!”
* = performing with Portugal. The Man
Alex Cameron will release his third album, 'Miami Memory,' on September 13th via Secretly Canadian, and tour Europe and North America immediately following. Tickets for newly-announced dates are on sale this Friday at 10am local time. In conjunction with today’s announcement, Cameron now presents “Divorce” with an accompanying video.
Shura has today announced second album 'forevher,' which will be released August 16th via Secretly Canadian. The record is launched alongside a stunning video for new single "religion (you can lay your hands on me)."
The past month has seen remixes of select Steven A. Clark songs from his latest album 'Where Neon Goes To Die' from Helado Negro and Theophilus London. Today Amtrac has remixed “Found” from the album capping off the remix series.
Whitney, the Chicago-based band led by vocalist/drummer Julien Ehrlich and guitarist Max Kakacek, will release their sophomore album, 'Forever Turned Around,' on August 30th. On the follow up to their much-beloved debut, 2016’s 'Light Upon the Lake,' Ehrlich and Kakacek grapple with the anxiety and acceptance that time is limited and navigate questions of mortality, doubt, love, and friendship.