THE GARDEN TWINS SHARE WEIRD AND WONDERFUL NEW VIDEO AHEAD OF THEIR UK & EUROPEAN LIVE DATES
‘CALL THIS # NOW’ IS THE LATEST IN A SERIES OF 5 NEW TRACKS FROM THE ORNAGE COUNTY DUO
‘Call This # Now’ video
‘Visionary and forward thinking’ i-D ‘Thrilling and ferociously paced avant-punk’ NME ‘Auditory invaders of the new world’ The Guardian
‘The right side of weird’ Noisey ‘They punch you in the face with everything they do‘ Dazed & Confused ’The appear to have license to do just about anything’ DIY
West Coast provocateurs The Garden released their debut album proper via Epitaph/Burger last October, representing a youthful punk scene in California with their dirty, raw and immediate two-piece bass and drum attack. With a visceral live element that has seen them take the UK by storm, they strip off everything unnecessary about modern punk and get straight to the heart of it, consistently defying categorisation and breaking new ground with their own ‘Vada Vada’ philosophy.
The Garden’s ferocious brand of deranged pop takes no prisoners, veering from hyperactive to damn right deranged in the thump of a bass drum. They’ve created 5 new tracks to serve as a bridge to the next chapter of their conceptual journey, which will be the follow up to 2015’s ‘Haha.’ Latest track ‘Call This # Now!’ represents a sleaziness that’s floating around in the personal world they live in and the world as a whole;
“Call This # Now!” represents all of the sleaze and slime that can surround you within business.
It represents how life can be masked, untrustworthy, and how there are several different ways you can get drawn in.
The fact of the matter is that there will be big shots everywhere and this is an example of how you can get sucked right in.
The vibe surrounding the video is grim, deceiving and uncertain, yet colorful, blissful and hopeful just how life can be. Wyatt & Fletcher Shears
EUROPEAN LIVE DATES
Mon Aug 22nd – AMSTERDAM, The Sugar Factory
Wed Aug 24th – EDINBURGH, Electric Circus
Thur Aug 25th – GALWAY, Roisin Dubh
Fri Aug 26th – DUBLIN, Whelans Upstairs
Sat Aug 27th – MANCHESTER, Fallow Cafe
Sun Aug 28th – BIRMINGHAM, Hare and Hounds w/ The Parrots [co-headline]
Mon Aug 29th – LEEDS, Headrow House
Wed Aug 31st – OXFORD, The Bullingdon
Thur Sep 1st – LONDON, Moth Club
Fri Sep 2 – BRIGHTON, Sticky Mikes
Sat Sep 3rd – SALISBURY, End of The Road 2016
Sun Sep 4th – GENT, Big Next Weekend
Mon Sep 5th – PARIS, Espace B
Tues Sep 6th – RENNES, Bar’Hic
Thur Sep 8th – LYON, Le Sonic