Rococode

'Guns, Sex and Glory' (album stream)

> > Jan 31 2012

Rococode - 'Guns, Sex and Glory' (album stream)
By Alex HudsonRococode haven't been around for long, but the Vancouver-based pop rockers have been quickly making a name for themselves. Composed of former members of Said the Whale and Tegan and Sara's backing band, the group have been unveiling singles and tours, and are now ready to release their album Guns, Sex and Glory. Before the LP drops on February 7 via Head in the Sand Records, you can stream it now at Exclaim.ca.

The album was co-produced by Mother Mother's Ryan Guldemond and the band's own Andrew Braun, with mixing by indie studio genius John Congleton (Modest Mouse, St. Vincent, Black Mountain). It includes the past singles "Empire" and "Weapon," and a press released previously noted that the collection was "equal parts arty and accessible, sexy and sweet, badass and beautiful."

Rococode will be hitting the road in Canada for a lengthy outing in the next few months, so be sure to check out the schedule here. Until Rococode swing through your town, listen below to hear some of the songs that they'll be bringing to audiences soon.

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Fresh. Excellent.
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Can't wait to see you guys live!
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I will DEFINITELY see you in Halifax.
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