Stream new track ‘Tiger’ now via Soundcloud
New album A Distant Fist Unclenching released February 16th2015 via Steak Club – pre-order now
First EU/UK tour begins February 23rd 2015
On February 16th, Boston trio Krill release their new album A Distant Fist Unclenching, via Steak Club. You can now hear the new track ‘Tiger‘. One of the albums most ambitious track, ‘Tiger’ is seven minutes of repetitive, looping thoughts on violence, pain and the ways we come to interpret them.
The forthcoming album A Distant Fist Unclenching is Krill’s most considered release so far, however it never loses the idiosyncrasies that have seen the band praised from the likes of Pitchfork, NME and BBC 6Music. Across its nine songs, the albums existential examinations tread the fine line between complete control and unravelling anxiety.
Having toured the US extensively, playing shows with the likes of Deerhoof, Speedy Ortiz, Big Ups and The Thermals, Krill begin their first ever European tour on February 23rd. Tickets for shows are available now.
A Distant Fist Unclenching is released on download and vinyl via Steak Club [pre-order] on February 16th.
UK tour dates
23rd Feb Manchester Gullivers TICKETS
24th Feb Leeds Brudenell Social Club Free Entry
25th Feb London Old Blue Last TICKETS
27th Feb Glasgow Broadcast TICKETS
28th Feb Bristol Start The Bus TICKETS
1st March Brighton Green Door Store W/ Alex G TICKETS
3rd March Paris, FR Espace B TICKETS
4th March Antwerp, BE Trix Bar TICKETS
5th March Haarlem, NL Patronaat Free Entry
6th March Zeewolde, NL Where The Wild Things Are TICKETS
7th March Berlin, DE Bang Bang Club TICKETS
Praise for Krill
“… nervous, wiry grunge treads a tightrope walk between screwball hilarity and moments of devastating melancholy” NME
“Krill’s songs will reach anyone living in a state of hopelessness and make them feel like conquering the world. Here’s hoping these guys do” Stereogum
“Furman yanks on every line’s final word with a manic drawl that suggests a man sprinting between walls to bash his head against them” Pitchfork
“stuffed with the kind of yelpy, jangly, nasal rawk anthems that keep college radio stations permanently turnt” Noisey
“Krill’s rankled jangle recalls Modest Mouse or Built to Spill, but with Doug Martsch being treated for rabies: excitable and spastic, but with half a mind still able to focus“Consequence Of Sound