Nashville based kraut-punk project Faux Ferocious announces a European Tour and the release of a new video for single “Price of Progress” via Post-Trash. The cut comes from their full-length album Pretty Groovy, released earlier this year via Burger Records.

The stark and somewhat jarring video features the downtrodden reality of society with cold construction and building that seems never-ending. The band plainly puts it, “The tall skinny houses that are taking over the town.”

The band known for stoney, kraut-inspired psych-rock caught the attention of famed producer Danger Mouse who signed the band to his label 30th Century Records (Granddaddy, Sam Cohen, Adam Green, Babe Rainbow). 

Read More Posts Like This

  • Blond:ish Announce New Album and Tour Dates

    Blond:ish (DJ's Anstascia and Vivie-Ann ) were conceived as an entity in Cherry Nightclub in Montreal way back in 2008, but now live in London, where they don't really fit the stereotypical image of DJ/group. The duo have announced the release of their first full-length album for later this year, which will be called "Welcome To The Present" and released on…

You must be logged in to leave a reply.