Tacocat Reveal 'NVM' for Hardly Art, Share New Track

Tacocat Reveal 'NVM' for Hardly Art, Share New Track
Bubblegummy garage-pop quartet Tacocat have announced a full-length follow-up to their 2011 EP Take Me to Your Dealer is set to arrive next year. Dubbed NVM, the album officially lands February 25 through Hardly Art.

The Seattle unit's upcoming LP is their second release for Hardly Art, but it'll be their first full-length since 2010's Shame Spiral, which was pressed up by Don't Stop Believin' Records. The 13-song outing apparently weighs in on topics including anything from "arty etiquette to periods, acid, Burning Man, sexist jerks, and late buses," according to the press sheet, with the sonic side of things appealing to pop-punk and garage fans.

Ahead of the LP's release, you can stream the fuzzy and fun rave-up "Bridge to Hawaii," which has the band pleading to escape the rainfall of the Emerald City in favour of sunnier setting, while you can get a colourful peak at the Chuck E. Cheese ballpit-set artwork up above.

NVM:

1. You Never Came Back

2. Bridge to Hawaii

3. Crimson Wave

4. Stereogram

5. Pocket Full of Primrose

6. Psychedelic Quinceañera

7. Time Pirate

8. This is Anarchy

9. Hey Girl

10. Party Trap

11. F.U. #8

12. Alien Girl

13. Snow Day