THE GARDEN ANNOUNCE NEW ALBUM KISS MY SUPER BOWL RING, FEATURING ARIEL PINK, LE1F & CARROT TOP– IT IS OUT ON MARCH 13TH VIA EPITAPH
The Garden (Wyatt and Fletcher Shears) have announced their fourth studio album Kiss My Super Bowl Ring due out March 13 via Epitaph. Though primarily self-produced, the album includes tracks co-produced by Dylan Brady, and Wharfwit, along with tracks featuring Ariel Pink, Khalif Jones (aka Le1f) and even a snippet from Carrot Top.
Now, the band shares a glimpse of the record with the opening track, “Clench to Stay Awake” – a track based on the experiences of both brothers’ mysterious health issues over the years.
Kiss My Super Bowl Ring rivals the previous albums lyrically and sonically with unmatched belligerence. Kiss My Super Bowl Ring boasts a roster of songs that just might be the most creatively rattling yet from the duo. The album follows the band’s previous release “Thy Mission,” a track featuring Mac Demarco in mid-2019. Southern California twin duo, The Garden have been carving their own path since their formation in 2011.
Known musically for their fast, punk-influenced jungle and DnB styles, they have a total of three studio albums and four EPs under their name, including LPs The Life and Times of a Paperclip (2013), Haha (2015), and Mirror Might Steal Your Charm (2018).
Touring at a constant rate across the US, Europe, UK, China, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, Canada, and Mexico since 2013, their show is a mix of aggressive, unpredictable and trickster-ish tendencies. Additionally, The Garden made their Coachella debut in 2019 with previous festival appearances at Camp Flog Gnaw, Sasquatch, Riot Fest, Concrete & Grass in Shanghai, Neon Desert, End of the Road Festival, Tropicalia, and more.
KISS MY SUPER BOWL RING TRACK LISTING
1. Clench To Stay Awake
2. A Struggle
3. Sneaky Devil
4. Kiss My Super Bowl Ring
5. A Fool’s Expedition
6. AMPM Truck
7. Hit Eject
8. The King Of Cutting Corners
9. Lurkin’ (feat. Khalif Jones)
10. Lowrider Slug (feat. Ariel Pink)
11. Please, Fuck Off