The release of Pissed Jeans' upcoming new album, Honeys, is quickly approaching. "Bathroom Laughter," which was the album's first single, was posted back in November of last year and will now be accompanied by their latest single, "Cathouse." The track has less their usual Jesus Lizard scratch n' riff and more a good time punk rock bounce to it. Still entices well enough.
Pissed Jeans will be playing a record release show in Philly at Underground Arts on February 15, (perfectly following lubby dubby day).
Here's the track: "Cathouse"
All info comes courtesy of Sub Pop.
New Pissed Jeans tour dates!
Plus: “Cathouse,” the second single from the new Pissed Jeans album Honeys, is now available.
MP3 premiere w/ Pitchfork
Download “Cathouse” here.
Download “Bathroom Laughter” here.
Pissed Jeans will take their unpredictably raucous live show on the road this spring to support their stellar 4th album Honeys, out this February on Sub Pop. The tour begins April 12 in Washington, DC at Black Cat and currently ends on April 20 in Madison, WI at Der Rahtskeller (at University of Wisconsin). Additionally, the band will play a hometown album release show on February 15 at Underground Arts. There will be additional tour dates announced soon. Please find a full list of tour dates below.
In equally exciting new, Sub Pop is now offering a free download of Honeys second single, “Cathouse.” An ode to feline allergy sufferers everywhere, “Cathouse” is a pummeling, 2 ½ minute punk rock jam that does not disappoint.
Pitchfork says of the track, “We've already heard the formidable "Bathroom Laughter", and now the band's shared another cut, "Cathouse". "I'm done/ And choking/ Daylight/ I'm hoping," Matt Korvette wails with an emotional, pointillist rage, before itching, shivering, and searching for his smile (see track debut Monday January 14).”
Pissed Jeans’ Honeys will be available February 12 on CD, LP and digitally via Sub Pop. The album, which features the singles “Bathroom Laughter” and “Cathouse,” along with stand-outs “Health Plan,” “Loubs” and “Teenage Adult” was recorded by Grammy-nominated producer Alex Newport at Milkboy Studios in Philadelphia.
Feb. 15 - Philadelphia, PA - Underground Arts
Apr. 12 - Washington, DC - Black Cat
Apr. 13 - New York, NY - Bowery Ballroom
Apr. 14 - Boston, MA - Sinclair
Apr. 15 - Montreal, QC - Il Motore
Apr. 16 - Toronto, ON - Lee’s Palace
Apr. 17 - Detroit, MI - Lager House
Apr. 18 - Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle
Apr. 19 - Minneapolis, MN - Triple Rock
Apr. 20 - Madison, WI - Der Rahtskeller / University of Wisconsin
Apr. 21 - TBA
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