Singles Club: Black Moth Super Rainbow + Eyebawl + Valley Queen
Today's the day you can get your paws on the latest Black Moth Super Rainbow record, Panic Blooms, and you'll find the supine, heavy-lidded "Bottomless Face." The song carries serious weight in its two-and-a-half minute run time, and should get you in the mood to hear the rest of the record.
It's a classic tale, really: Bad girl catches the eye of the prom queen's boyfriend and chaos ensues. Delaware scuzz poppers Eyebawl gleefully churn through their own take on that theme, guitars fuzzed just so and smirking vocals smug as can be. "Prom Queen" is a heck of a gritty, good time romp of a song. Prom Queens beware.
From Valley Queen's forthcoming debut record comes title track "Supergiant," a statement of intent from this LA outfit. Natalie Carol's vocals lead the charge, high-powered and beguiling, dancing around the band's taut clamor. Taking inspiration from the celestial, Valley Queen could put a smile on the moon with this one.