Mass Gothic streams debut album on Noisey

Mass Gothic streams debut album on Noisey





Watch “Every Night You’ve Got To Save Me” video


You can now listen to Mass Gothic’s self-titled album in its entirety at Noisey.
Noisey says of the album: “Don’t let the name Mass Gothic trick you into thinking the record is a spiral into sadsackism. Each song carries its own weight unreliant and wholly different from the track that came before it, creating a collection of different modes of music and feeling. Songs like “Nice Night” carry an unwavering heaviness and compliment the reflective nature of the lyrics, while the track “Territory” creates a variety of different electronic textures that all stay dancy and catchy. The record is a trip into a variety of different vibes and reasons to listen to music, forming into a wholly memorable and engaging listen. It warps what you think pop, rock, and punk can do when bleeding into each other, one song to the next” (see album premiere 29th January – 5th February)
Mass Gothic also recently shared the official video for “Every Night You’ve Got To Save Me,” the album’s iridescent lead single. Directed by Addison Post (Colleen Green, Solvey), the film follows group members Noel Heroux and Jessica Zambri on a wild night out in Manhattan.
Mass Gothic was named one of Vulture’s “20 Artists You Need To Know in 2016” and they said: “Noel Heroux started off working alone on a four-track, and after nine years and mild success with his old band, dance-rockers Hooray for Earth, he’s gone back to the way he used to do things. This became a necessity, really — a way of dealing with his depression — but the results capture something quintessential about the emotional experience at hand: There are definite highs, and there are definite lows on his self-titled debut as Mass Gothic for Sub Pop. Sometimes Heroux, who’s accompanied at turns by his wife Jessica Zambri, sounds like he’s trying to kick down the doors of his own brain with the sheer force of distorted riffs and heavy echoes and sharp turns. Other times, he’s just trying to shake off the bad stuff with a dance party where the playlist’s almost exclusively synth-pop.”
Meanwhile Q Magazine had this to offer: “Tracks such as the exhilarating “Nice Night” – layered stinging distortion – offer a cathartic energy that’s it’s hard not to be pulled in by. Other highlights include the crisp modern doo-wop of “Every Night You’ve Got To Save Me” an the pulsating digital clatter of “Want To Bad”. The sound of a man finding freedom, it’s an impressive reincarnation.”
Mass Gothic is now available for pre-order for Sub Pop Mega Mart, iTunes, Amazon, Bandcamp, and Google Play. LP preorders from will receive the limited “Loser” edition on banana yellow. There will also be a new T-shirt available with all preorders from (while supplies last).


Mass Gothic Mass Gothic tracklisting
1. Mind is Probably
2. Own the Road
3. Want to, Bad
4. Pier Pressure
5. Nice Night
6. Every Night You’ve Got to Save Me
7. Money Counter
8. Territory
9. Soul
10. Subway Phone

Mass Gothic full album stream (via Noisey)

“Nice Night”

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Mass Gothic streams debut album on Noisey