The last single off Pardoner's first LP, Uncontrollable Salvation, is available to stream on GoldFlakePaint starting today. The track, dubbed "Pivot Fakie", features guitarist Trey Flanigan belting out lyrics about experiencing a loss of control. "Slipping and sliding, hopelessly gliding, getting carried away" is one of our favorite lines off "Pivot Fakie". Peep what GoldFlakePaint has to say about it here. Uncontrollable Salvation will be releasing on Sept. 8 of this year.
Nostalgic of the simplicity of having your favorite MySpace pals being ranked on your profile as your Top 8? Seattle's own, Who Is She?, features members of Tacocat, Chastity Belt, and Lisa Prank and takes you on a trip down cyber-memory lane with their first single, "Top 8". Read the Stereogum piece here, and pre-order the tapeSeattle Gossip before its release on 10/06.
NPR Music calls "Uncontrollable Salvation" a "blessing that bludgeons...a muscle spasm of Polvo's weirdo heft and Dinosaur Jr.'s slacker fuzz, set to a disaffected punk squall." Talk about WOW. Listen to the track HERE then hurry over and pre-order the record on Red or Black vinyl, CD and digitally.
Our Bay Area buddies, Never Young, are hitting the road this August with Seattle's Chastity Belt for a 9 show tour up and down the west coast! Nab your tickets here >>> http://bit.ly/2tUkhvu before they're sold out.
Pardoner brings their twist on 90s alt-rock and punk to the table with their debut record, "Uncontrollable Salvation", our upcoming release with the San Francisco 4-piece. "Blue Hell" takes the listener on a wild ride through unrelenting guitar riffs, heavy distortion, and timely drum fills. The rest of the record is a cohesive piece with songs that reflect influence from artists like Dinosaur Jr. and Polvo. Nab a limited edition vinyl variant of the record from our store while they're still available! "Uncontrollable Salvation" releases Sept. 8 of this year.