A couple of 12 months in the past, we posted “Stolen Jag Off Morgan Ave.,” a promising observe from the Brooklyn post-punks S.C.A.B. At present the group is again with information of a brand new self-titled LP in November, they usually’ve shared one other winsome single. “Tuesday” is, both regrettably or happily, not an ILoveMakonnen cowl. As an alternative, it’s an authentic rock tune with spindly jangling guitars, a propulsive rhythm part, and Sean Camargo’s bluntly expressive vocals. “I maintain attempting to let go!” he laments on the refrain.
A word from Camargo concerning the observe:
“Tuesday” is a tune about disillusionment with attempting to kind significant connections, and looking out aimlessly for one thing worthwhile. There’s a scene from Seinfeld the place Newman says “Tuesday has no really feel. Monday has a really feel, Friday has a really feel…” and that kind of unspecific, hard-to-pinpoint vibe is what I wished to specific with the lyrics…
Director Matthew Marino’s video for “Tuesday” captures many pained facial expressions from Camargo. Watch it beneath.
01 “Why Do I Dream Of You”
02 “MTA LUX”
03 “Small Discuss”
06 “Six Songs Into Your Spotify Playlist”
07 “Beige And Inexperienced”
09 “Rockefeller Pleather”
10 “Pink Tire”
S.C.A.B. is out 11/11 on Grind Choose.