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Lenny Bull New Song ‘Don't Talk About It’

Lenny Bull’s debut EP, Sharp teeth, arrives on April 25th and ‘don’t talk about it’ is the new single. The video was directed by Zeebrah Media’s Ryan Brough. It’s a day in the life of a very disgruntled, very lazy office employee, who would rather be anywhere else. It pokes fun at what we have to do to make ends meet, in order to do what we love.

Bull delivers a modern take on early ‘80s guitar pop in the vein of The Pretenders and Joe Jackson. The production and mixing are clear and crisp and reinforce the Chrissie Hynde redolence.

Speaking about the new song, Bull says, “The songs I write dive into relationships, getting over yourself, and not taking any bullshit. ‘Don’t Talk About It’ is a tongue-in-cheek message to anyone out there who’s spreading rumours or talking trash. It’s a reminder to not be bothered by what people say or think.”



Plague Vendor’s New Comedown


Plague Vendor have announced their new album By Night, produced by John Congleton (St Vincent, Sharon Van Etten, Chelsea Wolfe) and recorded at legendary EastWest Studios. The follow up to their 2016 debut full-length Bloodsweat and their widely-acclaimed debut EP Free to Eat is set for release on June 7 via Epitaph Records. The 10-song set kicks off with the raw, vital track and first single ‘New Comedown’.

“When we were writing 'New Comedown,' there were a lot of colours and themes that were coming through, so we thought it best to finalize the verses once we were in the recording studio,” notes the band’s frontman Brandon Blaine. “The energy, urgency, and excitement there was unmatched. We caught lightning in the booth and trapped it in the recording."

Plague Vendor is Blaine (vocals), Michael Perez (bass), Luke Perine (drums and percussion) and Jay Rogers (guitar). A fearless our-way-is-the-hard-way work ethic and famously physical live shows won the Southern California-based band a ferocious fan base and place of pride on the Epitaph Records roster. They are currently on the road taking their live show to venues around the US - supporting All Them Witches now, with select headline shows set for this spring. 

By Night sees Plague Vendor stretch and warp their songs, discovering a merciless sense of tension and apprehension that set every moment on edge. It captures the feeling of ruin and regeneration, of charisma and catastrophe and of slashing at the night with nothing but pure electricity. And, with Congleton’s precision production, they found their own way between the powerful-but-too-polished sound of right now and the engaging-but-aging reinterpretations of classic punk/rock albums of the ‘60s and ‘70s. Congleton’s limitless encouragement also led Plague Vendor to do things they never did before: chorused bass in endless waves, lightning-strike flashes of synth, motorik man-machine drums that sound inhuman and human at once and even a string section that’ll be a surprise if they ever do it live.


01 - New Comedown

02 - Nothing's Wrong

03 - All Of The Above

04 - Let Me Get High\Low

05 - Prism

06 - White Wall

07 - Night Sweats

08 - Pain In My Heart

09 - Snakeskin Boots

10 - In My Pocket



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