PERFUME GENIUS RELEASES NEW VIDEO FOR ‘QUEEN’


Perfume Genius has released the video for first single ‘Queen’ off forthcoming album ‘Bright’. The video was directed by likeminded pop provocateur SSION and features some incredible visuals and executive realness.

“I’ve seen faces of blank terror when I walk by. Sometimes from seemingly strong, macho dudes – somehow my presence confuses and ultimately scares them. There is a strange power to it that I’ve only recently begun to understand and embrace. After many years trying to sort out exactly what they are scared of, most of the time converting the result into personal shame, there are now moments of monstrous pride”.

Perfume Genius‘s new album ‘Too Bright’ will be released Friday the 19th of September via Matador / Remote Control Records

LOWER SIGN WITH MATADOR AND ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM

We’re dang excited to announce Lower have signed with Matador Records!!

This will see the Copenhagen quartet releasing their eagerly anticipated album ‘Seek Warmer Climes’ in Australia on Friday June 13th via Matador /Remote Control Records

The band have shared their first single ‘Lost Weight, Perfect Skin’ which you can stream now here:

Lower – Seek Warmer Climes

1. Another Life
2. Daft Persuasion
3. Lost Weight, Perfect Skin
4. Unkempt And Uncaring
5. Expanding Horizons (Dar Es Salam)
6. Bastard Tactics
7. Soft Option
8. Craver
9. Tradition
10. Arrows

LOWER - Seek Warmer Climes is released Friday 13th June via Matador Records / Remote Control

NEW ALBUM FROM EMA ANNOUNCED + NEW VIDEO FOR ‘SATELLITES’

We are excited to announce EMA‘s new album ‘The Future’s Void’ will be released in Australia on Friday the 4th of April via Matador Records/Remote Control.

Last month the first single ‘Satellites’ was released to rave reviews and garnered Pitchfork‘s Best New Track.

EMA - The Future’s Void
1. Satellites
2. So Blonde
3. Jane
4. Cthulu
5. Smoulder
6. Neuromancer
7. When She Comes
8. 100 Years
9. Solace
10. Dead Celebrity

Today also sees the debut of the video for ‘Satellites’. The video is a DIY affair from EMA and features tech features which EMA says are either “primitive or sophisticated, depending on your point of view.