Photo by Steve Godlis
Bush Tetras are one of those bands I need to spend more time with. The legendary New York City band formed in 1979 and are one of the most influential post-punk, No Wave, and alternative bands out there. They're set to release their first album in eleven years, and the first since the death of drummer Dee Pop's death in 2021. Filling in on drums is Steve Shelley, formerly of Sonic Youth, who is also acting as producer for the album.
The first single is "Things I Put Together," and it's great. Singer Cynthia Sley has an almost pop sound to her vocals (of course, more of a late 70's pop than a modern version) which goes in stark contrast to the screeching guitars. This song is just filled out with the kind of fuzzed out guitars that helped define the genres that Bush Tetras helped start. If you're a diehard fan or just discovering these legends, you're going to enjoy this one.
You can listen to "Things I Put Together" below. They Live In My Head is due out July 28 on Wharf Cat Records, and is available for pre-order here. For more on Bush Tetras, check out the band on Facebook and Instagram.
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