The AUBREYS – ” No Offerings “

Posted: January 17, 2021 in MUSIC
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Finn Wolfhard’s Band The Aubreys Team Up in collaboration with Atlanta rockers Lunar Vacation, the project takes a more psychedelic turn. The Aubreys is a duo consisting of Wolfhard and his fellow former Calpurnia member, drummer Malcolm Craig. Together with producer Lawrence Rothman, they recorded the track “Getting Better (otherwise)” for The Turning. According to Rothman, the song was influenced by Jay Reatard’s ’90s project The Reatards, which was “blasted” during breaks in their “chaotic 8 hour session.”

It was almost exactly a year ago that Finn Wolfhard revealed his debut track with his post-Calpurnia outfit The Aubreys for the original soundtrack to the Floria Sigismondi feature The Turning. With Calpurnia bandmate Malcolm Craig by his side. The Aubreys Team Up with Lunar Vacation for New Track “No Offerings” from the same session.

“The song pretty much wrote itself, which is real neat,” where the song premiered this afternoon. “The first two lines of the songs are from a text I got from our friend Ben while he was living in New York City for college—literal poetry. So with that, I just wrote the lyrics centred around a person who is trying to find their place in the world, as cliche as that sounds, and all the weird feelings you encounter when doing so. New places, people, things, and feelings—especially in a pandemic.”

 

“Getting Better (otherwise)” is the latest single released from The Turning OST following Courtney Love’s “Mother”, Soccer Mommy’s “Feed”, and Pale Waves’ “Skin Deep”. Take a listen to the first song from Wolfhard’s The Aubreys via the in-studio music video below.

Directed by Floria Sigismondi, The Turning opens in theatre’s January 24th. The soundtrack — which also features Warpaint, Kali Uchis, Alison Mosshart, Kim Gordon, Living Things with Sunflower Bean, Cherry Glazerr, and others 

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