San Francisco's Pllush celebrates the release of their first LP today! Listen to the record in full wherever you stream music, and if you like it enough, don't hesitate to order the LP on either vinyl color, as a CD, or as a part of a bundle with an exclusive Pllush t-shirt!
This record has been on repeat at the Father/Daughter office since we received the demos late last year - we're beyond stoked for you to finally hear it. Praised by Pitchfork, The Fader, NPR Music and many other publications, Pllush's Stranger to the Pain is one of our favorite releases this year.
June 28 - Minneapolis, MN @ Walker Art Center June 29 - Milwaukee, WI @ The Cooperage * June 30 - Chicago, IL @ Subterranean Downstairs * July 01 - Bloomington, IN @ The Bishop * July 02 - Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr Roboto Project * July 03 - Detroit, MI @ El Club * July 04 - Toronto, ON @ The Baby G * July 05 - Montreal, QC @ La Vitrola * July 06 - Burlington, VT @ Speaking Volumes * July 07 - Ithaca, NY @ The Chanticleer * July 08 - Boston, MA @ O'Briens * July 09 - Asbury Park, NJ @ Asbury Park Brewery * July 10 - Richmond, VA @ The Camel * July 11 - Washington, DC @ Songbyrd * July 12 - Philadelphia, PA @ PhilaMOCA * July 13 - Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool (w/ Wilder Maker)
Pleased as pie to share "Ortega" with the world today. Listen to the second single off Pllush's first full-length, Stranger to the Pain, over at The FADER now.
"Guitarist and vocalist Eva Treadway's lyrics are specific, yet painfully relatable, she speak-sings in the second verse, revisiting unsatisfying diary entries from her youth. The charm of the track, however, lies in the chorus, which is generous in sympathy and perspective."
For a limited time, you could pre-order the record or CD with an exclusive Pllush t-shirt, making this the first time the band has had merch available on the web! Stranger to the Pain releases 6/08.
The second single to be shared from Slow Buzz, the third full-length from Philadelphia's Remember Sports, is now available to stream via the FADER. Accompanying the interview is a brand spankin' new video for their newly shared song, "Pull Through."
The FADER wrote up a sweet piece on Remember Sports today, check out the article here and watch the video for "Pull Through" below.
Slow Buzz drops on May 18th, so make sure to get those pre-orders in - the grimace purple / bone a-side b-side is going fast..