In a year of drastic change within the music industry, one of 2020’s newest bands, Muzz, have quietly formed and released an eponymous debut album. Interpol’s Paul Banks leads the way, with the trio completed by multi-instrumentalist and producer Josh Kaufman (of Bonny Light Horseman) and Matt Barrick (drummer of The Walkmen, among others). Together they have created a collective passion project with several years in the making. For a self-coined “supergroup”, Muzz is not at all flashy; instead, it’s a familiar yet refreshing creative expression inspired by 70s classic rock with a hint of Americana.
She Wants Revenge is a kick-ass band from Los Angeles, California. They are heavily influenced by Joy Division and early New Order. Their music is highly enjoyable. Their music is characterized by a dark and sexual nature. She Wants Revenge with Interpol and Editors created a revival post-punk media scene in early 2000 that crossed borders.
His self-titled debut album was released with three singles “These Things” (where his video clip features the performance of Garbage vocalist Shirley Manson), “Out of Control” and “Tear You Apart” The post-punk dance rockers, released last year their latest banger of a single “Big Love.” Tonight in concert at Sala Salamandra.
The Rover,” the first single from Interpol’s forthcoming sixth album Marauder, is apparently about a crazed quasi-religious figure, though you wouldn’t necessarily know that from reading the lyrics. Now, it gets a wild music video that tells “the origin story of the character described in the song, the birth of a cult leader,” according to a statement from frontman Paul Banks.
The clip stars Ebon Moss-Bachrach (of Girls and The Punisher), who takes a romp through Mexico City with a small group of followers.