SUPER UNISON ANNOUNCE NEW LP ‘STELLA,’ SHARE FIRST SINGLE Due out October 26th from Deathwish Inc., listen to “Falcon” now
"Super Unison proves that melody can still leave a nasty bruise." - NPR
"Raw and fierce, Super Unison’s music bleeds with anger and energy. " - Nerdist
Oakland, CA power trio Super Unison have announced their sophomore LP Stella, which is set for release October 26th via Deathwish Inc. Today, the band has shared the album’s swirling and swelling first single, “Falcon” — listen to (and share) the song now on YouTube.
Recorded by Steve Albini (Nirvana, Pixies, Jawbreaker), produced by Don Devore (Ink & Dagger) and mastered by Jack Shirley (Oathbreaker, Deafheaven), Stella is a sonically dynamic outpouring of aggression and emotion. On this album, Super Unison tackles challenging and personal subject matter while ultimately finding a light that cuts through the dark.
Super Unison formed in 2014 and dropped their highly-acclaimed debut LP Auto in 2016 on Deathwish after a self-titled EP and a single release. Over the course of the last two years, Super Unison toured the United States in support of Auto, then released another single, “Orchids,” via Adult Swim’s Singles Series. Now, Super Unison will prepare for the October 26th release of Stella; the ten-song album is available for pre-order and more songs from the record will surface soon.
Super Unison is:
Meghan O’Neil, bass/vocals
Kevin DeFranco, guitar
Justin Renninger, drums
Stella, track listing:
2. The Snake
3. Parts Unknown
4. The Birthday Gift
9. Quiet Again
* top photo by: Reid Haithcock
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