The Neighbourhood Present “Warm”

The Neighbourhood’s new project #000000 & #FFFFFF will be out later this year. Vocalist Jesse Rutherford says about the album, “”#000000 & #FFFFFF is a diary of songs that are inspired by our thoughts while on the road. It exposes our anxiety, rejoices in our achievement and expresses our ability to create whatever the fuck we want. It’s our freedom to explore popular music as we know it. It’s not us as a band… it’s us as a sound.”

Three tracks are available now, listen at Live Mixtapes.

www.thenbhd.com
www.columbiarecords.com

The Neighbourhood broke out with hit singles “Sweater Weather” and “Afraid” from their debut album I Love You. “Sweater Weather,” which Billboard described as “deeply compelling,” was recently certified double platinum by the RIAA for sales in excess of 2 Million units and had one of the longest runs on the 2013 radio charts. The song was also praised by Rolling Stone, who noted “Layering hasn’t sounded this cool since ‘The Sweater Song.’” follow up single “Afraid,” praised by Billboard for its “edgy, subtle hooks,” is seeing similar success, currently top 5 at Alternative Radio.

The Neighbourhood is:

Jesse Rutherford (vocals), Jeremy Freedman (guitar), Zach Abels (guitar) & Mikey Margott (bass)

CATCH THE NEIGHBOURHOOD ON TOUR:

Oct 09    The Cockpit    Leeds, United Kingdom
Oct 10    Manchester Academy 2    Manchester, United Kingdom
Oct 12    Art School Glasgow    Glasgow, United Kingdom
Oct 14    The Forum    London, United Kingdom
Oct 15    Brighton Concorde 2    Brighton, United Kingdom
Oct 17    O2 Academy Birmingham    Birmingham, United Kingdom
Oct 18    Trinity    Bristol, United Kingdom
Oct 20    Paradiso Noord, Tolhuistuin    Amsterdam, Netherlands
Oct 21    Botanique    Brussels, Belgium
Oct 22    Le Bataclan    Paris, France
Oct 24    Stodola    Warsaw, Poland
Oct 26    Teleclub    Ekaterinburg, Russian Federation
Oct 27    A2    St. Petersburg, Russia
Oct 28    GlavClub    Moscow, Russian Federation

Author: James McQuiston

Ph.D. in Political Science, Kent State University. I have been the editor at NeuFutur / neufutur.com since I was 15. Looking for new staff members all the time; email me if you are interested. Thanks!

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