Pizza, violent bear gangs, dolphins, drain pipes, go carts……. Cowtown debut Emojicore music video

Pizza, violent bear gangs, dolphins, drain pipes, go carts……. Cowtown debut Emojicore music video

Cowtown (Leeds, UK) debut new videoEmojicorefrom the album LP “Paranormal Romance” on HHBTM Records.

Cowtown debut video “Emojicore” off their LP “Paranormal Romance“. (HHBTM Records)

RELEASE DATE: August 19th, 2016

Cowtown from Leeds, UK debut new video for third single “Emojicore” off their full length “Paranormal Romance” on HHBTM Records (USA) and Hot Salvation / Audacious Art Experiment (UK). PLEASE POST AND SHARE THIS LIKE CRAZY.
EMOJICORE VIDEO


Cowtown to released their 4th studio LP Paranormal Romance on August 19th with Athens, Georgia label HHBTM Records in the USA on ghostly white vinyl. The Sheffield DIY label Audacious Art Experiment and new Folkestone label and record store Hot Salvation released in the UK on limited pink vinyl.
Formed in Leeds 12 years ago, but like Gang Of Four, born in a variety of other places, Cowtown are made up by David Michael Shields (drums), Hilary Knott (keybass/vocals) and Jonathan Nash (guitar/vocals) and play econo, dynamic, over-stimulated rock music that embraces a heavily abridged history of rock n’ roll. Serious about fun, the band are a firm favourite of BBC 6 DJ Mark Riley, performing music with an emphasis on positive expression and confronting collective anxieties, creating live shows that focus on what they enjoy and discarding the rest.
Picking up from 2013’s Dudes Vs. Bad Dudes (released by TAAE and the band’s own label City Hands) their latest offering is wildly economic, clocking in at 23 mins across 12 tracks. Drawing influences from bands like The Coneheads, Devo and The Breeders, as well as films such as Teen Wolf and Ghostbusters, songs are later distilled into their absolute fundamentals. It’s not about what they want but what they need, with the delivery being as urgent and tightly wound as possible.
Paranormal Romance was recorded amidst the floods that swept through the city last winter by Matthew Johnson (Hookworms/Suburban Home) at the band’s practice space, Tranquility Base and later mastered by Tom Woodhead (Forward Russia) with artwork by fellow Hookworms pal Jonathan Wilkinson a.k.a Idiots Pasture. The album encompasses the centralised DIY affair that Cowtown have come to epitomise as one of the longest running bands to come from the LS6 area. Jamming econo, recording econo and propelling themselves econo.
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