Kagoule Share New Video for ‘Made of Concrete’
& Reveal New Track “Centralwing” via Impose
Watch “Made of Concrete” below
Debut album Urth out digitally this Friday
& in stores Sept 11 via Earache
Band to play debut US Shows:
9/10 @ Cake Shop (NYC)
9/11 @ Rough Trade (Brooklyn)
“Tough, ragged Nineties indie-rock with just the right amount of anthemic lift” Rolling Stone
“Some of the smartest, slow-burning slabs of alt rock since The Breeders’ Last Splash.” – NOISEY“Alt Rock with fuzzy hooks and a fresh approach” The Independent
”A perfect blend of melody and brutality” NME
“A cause for celebration” – The Guardian
“Listless, aggressive, and pure.” – Impose
Listen to “Centralwing”
Nottingham’s Kagoule release their debut album Urth this Friday. Today they share album track “Centalwing” today via Impose (stream/share via Soundcloud) and reveal the self-made video to their latest single ‘Made of Concrete’ via the band’s YouTube. Devised, shot and edited by the band in one day, the DIY video is an ode to David Lynch that asks a lot more questions than it answers.
Watch “Made of Concrete”
Kagoule will celebrate the release of Urth with a free in-store show at Rough Trade East this Friday. The album is currently Rough Trade’s Album of the Month and has already seen some incredible reviews.
Despite not being out of their teens, Kagoule have created an album of true depth and creativity. Produced by Ross Orton (Arctic Monkeys, M.I.A, The Fall) and Pete Fletcher (Childhood), Urth recalls the energy and ideas of Bikini Kill, the sugar-dusted grunge of Smashing Pumpkins and the angular rhythms and confrontational post-hardcore blueprint of Fugazi, with a pedal rack metaphorically half-inched from Dinosaur Jr.
The Nottingham-based teenage trio has already been tipped as a “2015 Artist to Watch” by Rolling Stone , headlined the BBC Stage at Glastonbury and opened for Johnny Marr, Sebadoh, and Brian May.