“relaxed and mellow, full of grunge but also sunshine” – Impose
Brooklyn-based trio Bloody Your Hands have shared the third single from their forthcoming album Monsters Never Die, “Ypsilanti.” The band’s Jameson Edwards explains that the song is about “a blissfully useless summer I spent wasting away in Michigan.” Check out the track along with an exclusive interview via Pure Grain Audio here. Monsters Never Die is out July 7th.
Described as “a rattling frenzy of irresistible power” and “a multi-faceted canvas of all that is likable about twenty-first century indie rock”, NYC-based Bloody Your Hands combines solid pop hooks, 90’s alt rock instrumentation and driving garage rock – all with an explosive live show.
Formed in NYC in 2015, the band features members of The Nightlights and I Am The Heat, and draws from a wide range of influences including The Pixies, Nirvana, Superchunk, Archers of Loaf, Television, The Hold Steady, Wavves and Surfer Blood. They released their debut full-length in 2015 and are currently working on their sophomore release.
Bloody Your Hands is Jameson Edwards (vocals, guitar), Henry Joseph (guitar, bass, vocals) and Mike Horaz (drums, vocals).
Monsters Never Die – TRACKLISTING
1. Shake Us Awake
3. Bad Weather
4. Wandering Home
5. (In Between)
6. Great Collapse
8. Definitely Twisted