FROTH – ” Laurel “

Posted: April 9, 2019 in ALBUMS, MUSIC
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Los Angeles trio Froth have placed some distance between their days of fake band hijinks (think staged publicity photos and blank vinyl pressings) and the present, announcing the due date of their forthcoming record, “Duress”, out everywhere via Wichita Recordings June 7th. Froth have also shared their first single and music video (dir. Courtney Gavin of The Courtneys) from the project—a grimy-meets-dreamy strummer that, in true prankster fashion, centers around the internet’s infamous Yanny vs. Laurel debate.

“This song is about a guy who listened to the Yanny/Laurel thing and he can only hear Laurel,” the band share in a statement. “He’s really passionate about Laurel being the correct pronunciation to the point where he will die before admitting otherwise. In the end, he reveals that he loves his girlfriend more than he loves the correct pronunciation of ‘Laurel/Yanny.’”

All jokes aside, “Laurel” is a lighthearted foray into shoegaze-soaked noise-rock, offering up the sort of dazed, nostalgic frivolity that reminds you of warming temperatures. Watch the music video for “Laurel”

“Laurel” is the first song shared from our forthcoming album. The title of that album is Duress

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