“Plausibly Wild/Wildly Plausible” 7″ out August 21 in brick and mortar and digital stores. Download here @ 320kpbs. Victory and Associates return after 2011’s blistering THESE THINGS ARE FACTS with a green vinyl slab of double “A” side material. Recorded by Eli Crews (tUnE-yArDs, Deerhoof, Erase Errata) and mixed by John Congleton (Modest Mouse, The Walkmen, David Byrne). Plausibly Wild features guest vocals by Rick Valentin of 90’s heroes The Poster Children. A different kind of party song, it is an MC5/Ted Leo-esque stomp about the LITERAL idea of a good time. The factors are in place, will it be awesome? We shall see. And Wildly Plausible, a song about the possibility of possibility. Download coming soon!
– Police Teeth (Seattle, WA), their self-titled 4th LP will be out October 16 in brick and mortar and digital stores. Download here @ 320kbps. 1-sheet available Aug 1 via Riot Act Publicity. Check em out performing the last song on the new LP “Rough Chuckles“. When asked to describe their live show, Seattle’s Police Teeth said, simply, “Loud, ragged, sweaty, hair, flying debris, mustache.” When asked to describe their previous record, 2011’s Awesomer Than The Devil, the East Bay Express said, simply, “To the initiated, the catchy, working-class rock of Police Teeth demands comparisons to Les Savy Fav at the top of its game, or The Thermals when they truly lock it in, or Archers of Loaf…the album is not only worth a blind buy, it’s a necessity.” The band’s newest S/T full-length is a powerhouse of a record that showcases the trio’s most relentlessly fantastic output yet.
Police Teeth’s flailing, wailing, angular songwriting has always been dark humor-laden, and track titles like “My V-4 Weighs A Ton”, “(My Baby’s Got The) Black Lung”, “Where’s My Fucking Hug?” and “Gifts, Knives, Adult Movies” are prime examples of the band’s signature lyrical and topical smirk. This new record is no joke, however—these songs are heavy, pushy, fist-pumpy anthems with staying power.