Cherubs share a music video for the track »A Pair Of Pear Tarts« from their new EP »Slo Blo 4 Frnz & Sxy«
Austin, Texas based noise rock trio Cherubs share a music video for the track »A Pair Of Pear Tarts« from their new EP, »Slo Blo 4 Frnz & Sxy«, which will be released on October 15th, 2021 via Relapse Records.
01. Die Robbin’
02. A Pair Of Pear Tarts
03. Lazy Snakes
04. Sooey Pig (Sad)
05. Little Barely Pieces (pop-O-Pies)
06. Die Robbin’ (Skrewd Version)
07. A Pair Of Pear Tarts (Skrewd Version)
08. Lazy Snakes (Skrewd Version)
09. Sooey Pig (Sad) (Skrewd Version)
10. Little Barely Pieces (pop-O-Pies) (Skrewd Version)
From Relapse Records:
“The noisiest pop music on the planet” — Pitchfork
Austin, TX’s cult noise rock trio Cherubs return with their new EP, »Slo Blo 4 Frnz & Sxy«. A follow up to their critically acclaimed »Immaculada High« (2019), the new EP capitalizes on the musical frenzy and shining moments of the latest full-length, resulting in another dose of the legendary band’s take on punk infused noise rock.
Lead track »A Pair Of Pear Tarts« explodes out of the speakers – Kevin Whitley’s vocals are at the forefront once again, backed by absolutely raucous drumming and whirry, fuzzed out bass and guitars. »Lazy Snakes« continues this momentum; the trademark psychedelic qualities of Cherubs heaviness are at the forefront as drums rinse and repeat as the song builds and builds. Elsewhere on the EP, »Immaculada High« standout »Sooey Pig« is converted into an acoustic anthem, giving the track new dynamics and heights.
Formed in 1992, Cherubs emerged on the Austin, TX, LSD punk scene with a jackhammer of nightmarish, rhythm-driven song structures and plenty of Butthole Surfers whimsy and terror to keep things more than interesting. Fast forward 20 years later and the band has reformed with more energy and songwriting acumen then ever.
Kevin Whitley – Guitar, Vocals
Owen McMahon – Bass, Vocals
Brent Prager – Drums
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