Published Oct 27, 2015Following last year's If Anything, Toronto post-punks Greys are back with a new 7-inch. The three-song Repulsion officially comes out on Friday (October 30), and it can be streamed in full right now.
We've already heard two-thirds of this short release, as Greys have previously shared the angular, hard-charging "The Voyeur" and the ominously lumbering alt-rocker "I'd Hate to Be an Actor." Rounding out the set is "Nothing Means Anything," a song that puts a spiky post-punk spin on Wavves' hook-filled nihilism and includes a surprisingly sweetly-crooned chorus. These songs were recorded at Montreal's Hotel2Tango studio with esteemed producer Howard Bilerman.
Scroll past Greys' North American tour schedule to hear the EP below [via Stereogum]. It's coming out through Carpark Records/Buzz Records.
11/05 Brooklyn, NY - Aviv ^
11/06 Philadelphia, PA - Pharmacy ^
11/07 Montreal, QC - Turbo Haus ^
11/10 London, ON - Call The Office *
11/11 Chicago, IL - Beat Kitchen *
11/12 Des Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews *
11/13 Minneapolis, MN - The Nether Bar *
11/14 Winnipeg, MB - Windsor *
11/16 Saskatoon, SK - Vangelis *
11/17 Edmonton, AB - Mercury Room *
11/18 Calgary, AB - Broken City *
11/20 Vancouver, BC - Wise Hall *
11/21 Seattle, WA - Victory Lounge
11/23 Los Angeles, CA - Bootleg Bar
11/25 Austin, TX - Mohawk
12/04 Toronto, ON - Lee's Palace #
^ with Fake Palms
* with Indian Handcrafts
# with Viet Cong