Decoder digs on our new single too. Check out what these hunks have to say:
Unlike SLN’s past crop, The Knew already have an album out – that being last year’s self-released Man Monster, of which they pressed a hundred LPs. The band’s new 45 (SLN-107) boasts two very different sides. A-side “What’s Hip (Long Walk)” is an unabashed power-pop squirter in the exuberant New Porny mold, accented with boogie-woogie piano and structural horns. Its fearless positivity is a drain on my cynicism. Flip “World War Ay Ay Ay (Alright)” is momentary but packed firm with sheer energy, the band shaking all their tension out until they abruptly run out of gas. There’s no Nick Lowe figure writing the hooks here, but they get by on a rubbery base of bass, chord progressions that swerve recklessly, and liberal pluck.
The new TK 7″ pre-sale is up right now right HERE. Do the pre-sale and get an immediate download of both tunes. Then, on the week of 6/17, our boys at Snappy Little Numbers Records will ship you the vinyl.
Don’t trust the mail? Come to our record release show at Unit E on 6/15 and we will give you the 45 and a bear hug.
One other thing: WE ARE PLAYING RED ROCKS ON TUESDAY. Get your tix HERE.
We are opening for Wet Hot American Summer. The movie.
hey. We are releasing a 7″ in June on Snappy Little Numbers. Two hot tunes for your hot self. We’re gonna throw a party to release it on June 15th with Bad Weather California and Jason Anderson at Unit E right here in Denver. LET’S CUT LOOSE.