Lushes – “Low Hanging Fruit” (First Listen)

Brooklyn duo Lushes are unpredictable. The songs off their 2014 debut record, What Am I Doing, stray from typical song structures by incorporating lengthy guitar loops and frequent tempo shifts. Today we’ve got the first single from their new record, Service Industry, a more riffy and less serene Lushes sound than we heard on What Am I Doing. The moody and muted vocals stay on “Low Hanging Fruit,” however, which makes sense because Service Industry was engineered and recorded with longtime Sonic Youth engineer Aaron Mullan. The record explores the monotony of service jobs and modern life, which corresponds with the album artwork: a crumpled and ripped server’s notepad. Listen.

Lushes tour dates:

06/25 Boston, MA @ TBA
06/26 Utica, NY @ The Dev
06/27 Buffalo, NY @ Hoyt House
06/28 Pittsburgh, PA @ Brillo Box
06/30 Detroit, MI @ Kelly’s bar
07/01 Chicago, IL @ Situations
07/02 St Louis, MO @ FOAM
07/03 Columbia MO @ Cafe Berlin
07/04 Carbondale, IL @The Swamp
07/05 Little Rock, AR @ Stickyz
07/07 Hattiesburg, MS @ The Tavern
07/08 New Orleans, LA @ Gasa Gasa
07/09 Birmingham, AL @ Mono Bahm
07/10 Athens, GA @ Go Bar
07/11 Charlotte, NC @ Snug Harbor
07/12 Durham, NC @ Terrace Heater House
07/13 Harrisonburg, VA @ The Golden Pony
07/14 Baltimore, MD @ TBA
07/15 Washington DC @ TBA

Service Industry is out 10/16 on Felte Records. You can preorder it here.

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