Toronto's Decades Get Set for Debut Album
Published Feb 18, 2013White Girl Records' roster currently consists of just two acts — July Talk, who released their first album last year, and newcomers Decades. Now the latter band are all set to drop their self-titled debut album as well.
The Toronto four-piece was formed in 2010 around the lineup of frontman Mike Kaminski, guitarist Justin Lemaire, bassist Greg Peters and drummer Peter Gosling. A press release notes, "The album harkens back to late '80s shoegaze and early '90s Brit pop and yet is thoroughly modern." This marks a change from the band's original sound, which was said to carry more punk and garage rock influences.
Due out April 30, the album was recorded in Toronto with Alex Bonenfant (Crystal Castles, METZ) and mixed by Craig Silvey (Arcade Fire, Arctic Monkeys) and Clint Gibbs (Rihanna, Ke$ha).
Scroll past the tracklist to watch the layered, visually busy video for the synth-kissed, post-punk-leaning album cut "Tonight Again." Also below, stream the more guitar-heavy songs "Celebrate" and "Can You Love Me Now."
1. Tonight Again
2. Any Wonder
4. Old & Aging
5. Only After
6. In Sequins
7. Move Me
8. Can You Love Me Now
9. Far From Me