Art-rock group delivers existential bliss on new single
Wonderfully warped and bristling with unbridled existentialism, Beverly Tender offer a series of brilliant twists and turns that make them impossible to pin down. Their new record, Little Curly/boy is a bird, ditches drums for electronics and finds the band exploring the outer edges of power dynamics; from man to mammal, politician to plebeian, and all the way up to God.
Today, Impose is happy to be bringing you the premiere of Beverly Tender’s latest single, “8. Leaky, Omnipresent Voice in the Sewer. An Instruction A Recipe.” On the track, the group opens a portal into their unique sonic universe where guitars skirt the razor’s edge, rhythms shift at their own pace and art-punk moves to space-rock seamlessly.
Beverly Tender details: “This song is about the feeling when, after a lifetime of criminal wealth, you wake up one day and find yourself knee deep in the wretched waters of an underground sewer, bathed in an ambient orangish glow with no apparent source. As you wade around the tunnels, you hear the voices of people you knew on earth–Nancy, Millie, George–but you can’t tell if they can hear you back.”
Listen to Beverly Tender’s “8. Leaky, Omnipresent Voice in the Sewer. An Instruction A Recipe” below and look for Little Curly/boy is a bird out November 26th via Disposable America here.
Beverly Tender tour dates:
8/29 @ Root Cellar – Greenfield, MA
8/30 @ Buddie’s Basement – Albany, NY
8/31 @ Never Get To Be Cool – New Haven, CT
9/1 @ Windjammer – New York City, NY