MONOGAMY PARTY premieres video for “Crimes” on Brooklyn Vegan‏

November 7, 2013


Watch “Crimes” video on Brooklyn Vegan HERE

New album False Dancers in stores now via Good to Die Records

Seattle, WA’s bastards of dissonant noise rock, Monogamy Party, are premiering their first ever music video today. The Emily Denton (King Dude, Grave Babies, Actual Pain) directed video for “Crimes”, from their debut full length release False Dancers, is now available for your viewing pleasure via Brooklyn Vegan.

Recorded with Austin Thomason (Jeremy Enigk, The Pleasureboaters) at Mt. Plyushkin Studios, False Dancers was released on September 17th on 12″ vinyl / digital formats via Good to Die Records.  The album is currently available for download via the band’s Bandcamp page as well as on iTunes, Amazon, eMusic. You can also pick up the limited edition silver vinyl LP exclusively via the Good to Die web store here

Additionally, Monogamy Party have announced a couple more regional shows in support of False Dancers to close out the year following a successful western US tour this past October, which was topped off with a sold out show in Seattle with Melt Banana and Kinski.


Nov. 20th – Seattle, WA @ Black Lodge – MP / MTNS (collaborative set) w/ Nah, The Joint Chiefs of Math
Nov. 23rd – Portland, OR @ Dante’s – w/ Gaytheist, Sons of Huns, Vultures in the Sky

“False Dancers” is shaping up to be a behemoth.” – Seattle Weekly

“Excellent in every way. It takes time. It takes patience. It takes desire. But enter the world of Monogamy Party” – Salad Days Magazine (Italy)

Maybe it’s a sign of the times with me, but for the love of all things good and heavy in this world I hate this album with every fiber of my being! – Apoch’s Reviews

“Monogamy Party has morphed into one of the strangest noise rock bands out there.”  – Verbicide Magazine

“At times is pure aural anarchy, But there’s enough cohesiveness and talent to keep you coming back.”  Decibel Magazine


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