Street Eaters share title track from new album, “Blood::Muscles::Bones”, out 6/17

Bay Area post-punks Street Eaters have shared the driving and urgent title track from their new album, “Blood::Muscles::Bones“.  The band is back with a fierce sophomore album on the heels of several years of relentless global touring. touring. Blood::Muscles::Bones, available for pre-order HERE, is set to be released June 17th on Nervous Intent Records. The band is about to take their raucous and feral live show on the road on an impressive 47 city, 2 month full US tour.

 Tour dates below!

 

LISTEN TO “REVERSE” HERE

PRAISE FOR STREET EATERS:
“Powerful post-punk…  a backmasked pileup of grinding guitars and crashing drums that simmers, then explodes.” –SPIN
“John No plays his bass like a lead guitar to Megan March’s vigorous, young Keith Moon-ish drumming… This is definitely a band to watch for future greatness.” –Big Takeover Magazine
“Raw, sincere music with a sense of agency and urgency… In the running for the best heavy, post-punk jam of the fast-approaching summer.” –The Bay Bridged
“Nervy, hooky, lo-fi indie punk… [More closely aligned] with UK post-punk acts like Wire than the ’90s radio-punk kingpins that came out of the same East Bay scene.” –Exclaim
“Blending personal tones with socio-political content… Street Eaters are able to blend a noisy bass-drum jam with melodious choruses and well-placed hooks to make atypical music… It’s like post-punk, but without the deconstructionist tendencies.” –Scene Point Blank
 
ABOUT STREET EATERS:

Blood::Muscles::Bones is Street Eaters’ second full-length, and comes on the heels of several years of relentless global touring by this bay area band. Recorded during a heatwave in Portland, Oregon, what went to tape reflects the intense reality the band, Megan March and John No, has been living – the reality of a two-seat compact truck crammed with multiple amps, drums, and empty coffee cups; of dense basement shows in the midwest that turned into swamps; of shows in haunted German schools-turned-to-squats, medieval French catacombs, smoke-filled Japanese practice rooms, and abandoned Hungarian aluminum factories.

 

In the middle of all the wildness and urgency, Street Eaters kept honing their sound, tenaciously driving inward towards the dark heart of the sun.

 

Blood::Muscles::Bones shows this focus, reflecting a leaner, meaner Street Eaters. Cutting deep into the band’s sonic guts, the album’s 10 tracks are bloody, sinewy, jagged and sincere to the core

TOUR DATES:

6/14 – Reno, NV *
6/15 – Salt Lake City, UT *
6/16 – Denver, CO – Mutinay Information Cafe
6/17 – Omaha, NE – Sweatshop Gallery
6/18 – Minneapolis, MN *
6/19 – Milwaukee, WI *
6/20 – Chicago, IL – Township
6/21 – Carbondale, IL *
6/22 – Spencer, IN – PIX Fest
6/23 – Cincinnati, OH – Lucy Blue Basement
6/24 – Columbus, OH – Ace Of Cups
6/25 – Nashville, TN – Stone Fox
6/26 – Athens, GA – Little Kings
6/27 – Atlanta, GA – The Manor
6/28 – Chattanooga, TN – Sluggos North (Do Ya Hear We Fest)
6/30 – Knoxville – Poison Lawn
7/1 – Athens, OH *
7/2 – Pittsburgh, PA – Rock Room
7/3 – Cleveland, OH *
7/4 – Detroit, MI – Trumbullplex
7/7 – Montreal, QC *
7/8 – Worcester, MA *
7/9 – Boston, MA – O’ Brian’s

7/10 – Providence, RI – Spark City
7/11 – Brooklyn, NY – Death By Audio
7/12 – Long Island, NY *
7/14 – New Brunswick, NJ – Circuit City
7/15 – Philadelphia, PA – Lava Room
7/17 – Raleigh, NC – Kings
7/19 – Asheville, NC *
7/20 – Greenville, SC *
7/21 – St. Augustine, FL – Shanghai Nobby’s
7/22 – Gainesville, FL – Loosies
7/24 – Tallahassee, FL *
7/25 – Pensacola, FL * – Sluggos
7/26 – New Orleans, LA *
7/27 – Jackson, MS *
7/28 – Fort Worth, TX – Hemphill
7/29 – Houston, TX *
7/30 – Austin, TX – Hotel Vegas
7/31 – San Antonio, TX *
8/1 – El Paso, TX *
8/2 – Las Cruces, NM – Trainyard
8/3 – Albuquerque, NM *
8/4 – Flagstaff, AZ *
8/6 – San Pedro, CA – Harold’s
8/7 – Los Angeles, CA – Redwood Room
8/8 – Los Angeles, CA *

 

* = DIY spaces/House shows (www.streeteaters.com for more details)

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