Published Oct 10, 2014Longtime Pacific Northwest hardcore heads Mark Palm (Go It Alone, Black Breath) and Aaron O'Neil (ON, Lights Out) have announced yet another outside-the-box release from their shoegaze-inspired Supercrush project. Though details are still developing behind the release, a new two-song single is expected to land sometime in the next few months.
A due date has yet to be confirmed, but the band posted on their Facebook page late last month that a new record had been sent to the pressing plant. Now, a press release notes that the "I Don't Want to Be Sad Anymore"/"How Does It Feel (to Look Like You)?" 7-inch is expected to land arrive late 2014/early 2015 in Canada through Debt Offensive and in the U.S. via Painter Man.
While song samples have yet to be let loose, the two-track release is said to continue the sonic path carved out on last year's "Lifted" single, with Supercrush presenting "90s fuzz-pop" arrangements inspired by the likes of Teenage Fanclub, Sugar and Swervedriver.
Before the new tunes arrive, you can check out the band's "Lifted" down below. The original pressing of the debut effort was put out by Bedside Records but was recently re-released through Grave Mistake.