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Triathalon plays sold-out album release at Baby’s All Right 2.28

The lo-fi pop group Triathalon will celebrate the release of its third album, “Online,” with a sold-out show at Baby’s All Right on February 28th. After establishing a sound keen on lo-fi aesthetics and jazzy undertones, the Brooklyn group is about to release a record that ventures further into pop territory with a heavy R&B influence. The recordings are cleaner, the tones deeper, and there’s a novel suave element to it that makes it a lot more playful than the previous releases. However, the band's tracks maintain the band's signature dark, late night intimacy. With “Online,” Triathalon shows its true potential in the pop realm. For those lucky enough to have tickets, the Baby’s All Right show will be the first performance since the album’s release. Watch the video for standout track “Couch” below. – Cameron Carr

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New Track: "Up From Below" - Remember Sports

Formerly known as Sports, Remember Sports will release their forthcoming album, Slow Buzz, on May 18 via Father/ Daughter Records. Its lead single, "Up From Below," wastes little time, jumping out of the gates at a frenetic pace. A seemingly breathless vocal delivery matches the track's instrumental intensity. Reflecting in an ongoing emotional-evolution, the song quickly gathers momentum while opening a portal into personal perspective. Remember Sports will headline Everybody Hits on Friday, February 23, where they'll be joined by Tall Friend, Boosegumps, and Slow Ref.

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New Hurry LP Available for Streaming

Every Little Thought, the new full-length album from Hurry, will officially be released on February 23 via Lame-O Records. In advance, the trio recently shared a video of themselves sitting consumed by their phones, with a sign that reads "EVERY LITTLE THOUGHT Hurry 'world premiere'" hanging behind them while the album plays in its entirety. The collection of songs continues the group's trend of producing crisp, melodic, personally-insightful music that moves with a loose but purposeful pace. The tracks go with the flow; however, they do manage to soar when the opportunity knocks. The band will be hosting its record release show at Everybody Hits on Saturday, February 24, supported by Amanda X and Worriers' Lauren Denitzio performing solo.

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New Track: "Chains" - Lovelorn

In the aftermath of Creepoid’s final show, its offshoot, Lovelorn, has emerged with a debut single. “Chains” finds Anna Troxell, Patrick Troxell, and PeteJoe Urban pulling listeners into a haunted space. Anna’s vocals serve as the candle light leading the way through a labyrinth, as the backend marches in line and the guitar stirs, doubling down on the menacing atmospherics. You can catch Lovelorn's first live Philly performance at Underground Arts on Sunday, March 25, with Dead Meadow and Dallas Acid.

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Post Animal "Ralphie"

Post Animal has released the first single, “Ralphie”, from their label debut full-length, When I Think Of You In A Castle, which is due out on Polyvinyl on April 20th.

The single perfectly demonstrates the band knack for catchy Psych-pop and features contributions from returning band member Joe Keery from Stranger Things fame. Joe is no longer a touring member of the band, but did provide vocals and guitar for this new album. He joined Post Animal back 2015, and is still very close with the band.

You can catch Post Animal at Lincoln Hall on April 27th.

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