Posted in music on April 22, 2014

by Andrew Sacher

White Lung at NYU in 2013 (more by Amanda Hatfield)
White Lung

As previously mentioned, Vancouver punks White Lung signed to Domino, and since we last spoke, more details on their first album for that label have arisen. It's called Deep Fantasy, and will be out on June 17. It includes the pummeling single "Drown With The Monster" which comes out as a 7" on Domino next week (4/29), plus the brand-new single "Snake Jaw," which just premiered over at Rookie Mag where there's also a new interview with them.

As singer Mish Way has said about the new album, Deep Fantasy is a real progression from their earlier work, and "Snake Jaw" is no exception. The sound is bigger (though they're still working with Sorry producer Jesse Gander), the vocals are cleaner but still just as biting, and Kenneth William's guitar playing is still out of this world. Especially on "Snake Jaw," where he squeezes something like 20 different riffs into the song's 2-ish minutes without ever sounding like he's showing off. You can check it out below, highly recommended.

As discussed, White Lung's tour hits NYC on June 25 at Saint Vitus and June 26 at Mercury Lounge, the latter of which now includes Pop. 1280 on the bill. Tickets for VItus and Merc are still available.

Updated dates, including an Australian tour with Upset, are listed, with the new song stream and LP info, below...


White Lung - "Snake Jaw"

White Lung - Deep Fantasy
White Lung

1 - Drown With The Monster
2 - Down It Goes
3 - Snake Jaw
4 - Face Down
5 - I Believe You
6 - Wrong Star
7 - Just For You
8 - Sycophant
9 - Lucky One
10 - In Your Home

White Lung -- 2014 North American/European Tour Dates
5/10: The Great Escape Festival - Brighton, UK
5/11: Louisiana - Bristol, UK
5/13: Molotow - Hamburg, Germany
5/14: Magnet - Berlin, Germany
5/15: Futrum - Prague, Czech Rep
5/16: Arena at Dreiraum - Vienna, Austria
5/17: Strom - Munich, Germany
5/18: 1210 - Stuttgart, Germany
5/20: MTC - Cologne, Germany
5/21: DB's - Utrecht, Holland
5/22: 100 Club - London, UK
5/26: Gold Sounds Fest - Leeds, UK
6/24: Golden Tea House - Philadelphia, PA
6/25: Saint Vitus - Brooklyn, NY
6/26: Mercury Lounge - New York, NY w/ Pop. 1280
6/27: Le Divan Orange - Montreal, QC
6/29: The Garrison - Toronto, ON
7/25: Fuji Rock Festival - Niigata, Japan

Australian dates w/ Upset:
06/06/2014 Brisbane, QE Alhambra Lounge
06/07/2014 Collingwood, VIC The Tote
06/09/2014 Brunswick, VIC Howler
06/11/2014 Marrickville, NSW The Factory Theatre
06/12/2014 Wellington, NZ Bodega
06/13/2014 Auckland, NZ The Kings Arms Tavern



Comments (7)

"Vancouver Punks" was enough to discredit this post and this entire blog. Good job.

P.S. They band is awful.

Are there any good music blogs anymore?

Posted by Anonymous | April 22, 2014 1:55 PM

*They are awful.

Stupid iOS 7 keyboard.

Posted by Anonymous | April 22, 2014 1:58 PM

Sounds a bit tame!

Hope grady mackintosh is back. Not into the less interesting clone of amanda plummer!

Posted by GlossyLoca | April 22, 2014 9:46 PM

This band rips. 1:55 needs to eat dicks.

Posted by Anonymous | April 24, 2014 1:11 AM

We all know that not all the time people can interact to different music genres.

Posted by Banners Broker | May 5, 2014 10:24 PM

Another album to my collection´╗┐

Posted by Daniel Neto | May 27, 2014 4:14 AM

Word on the street is the bass player has taken a cock or two in her day. Hmmm?

Posted by Anonymous | June 25, 2014 4:31 PM

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