British group Slow Club have finalized the band’s due date for their upcoming sophomore effort. The group’s Paradise on Moshi Moshi Records will be hitting the ‘States on September 13th.
The band has already released a music video for the upcoming album. You can watch a video for the song “Two Cousins” right here. If you dig the single, you can get it as a digital lone release July 26th, which should tide you over until Paradise is released in middle September.
Liverpool’s Hot Club De Paris will be making their North American debut this January 18th, with the release of Free The Pterodactyl 3 via Moshi Moshi Records. Self recorded and produced in the trio’s Liverpool rehearsal space, Free The Pterodactyl 3 features tracks taken from their two previous EPs, With Days Like This As Cheap As Chewing Gum, Why Would Anyone Want To Work?, and The Rise and Inevitable Fall of the High School Suicide Cluster Band.
Listen to the anthemic title track “Free The Pterodactyl 3” below:
Last summer all of the buzz in the indie community seemed to be the Brooklyn based band, The Drums. Their first single “Let’s Go Surfing,” was hailed as the anthem of the summer by many. What made it so good was it’s retro vibe and Jonathan Pierce’s catchy pop voice.
Flash forward to almost a year later and The Drums are preparing to release their debut record on Moshi Moshi Records titled The Drums. The band just released their newest video for the track “Forever and Ever Amen,” and it’s quite impressive, and yes, a bit retro looking. Can anyone say The Smiths? The video also features the guys playing inside an American Legion to a bunch of unruly teen center kids. Wow, talk about bringing back junior high/high school memories here for me. This is how shows in the New York suburbs went down in those days.
Watch The Drums “Forever and Ever Amen”