The band formerly known as Reading Rainbow (changing their name, allegedly, after Carrie Brownstein told them she didn’t like it) are releasing their newest collection of fuzzy melodic noise rock on Kanine Records in February. Interrupt is the ever-evolving band’s 4th full length album to date, with what sounds like an emphasis on stripping things down to keep things raw, dark and simple. To honor that, I’ll keep it simple myself and defer to the details below –

The Details

Interrupt will be released February 25, 2014. This is a pre-order. Your order will ship to arrive on – or just before – the release date. Vinyl pressing half red, half blue. It will be a surprise what you get.

All it took was two weeks. Sometimes just one take.

Such is the spirit of Interrupt, Bleeding Rainbow’s fourth album. Due February 25th via Kanine Records, the foursome of Sarah Everton, Rob Garcia, Al Creedon, and Ashley Arnwine has stripped bare the layers that came to represent 2013’s Yeah Right. “We wanted to get back to writing more straight forward songs.” Though the band returned to Kyle Johnson to engineer and produce Interrupt with a stack of demos tested during long stretches on tour, the “efficient” Bleeding Rainbow went to Philadelphia’s Fancy Time Studios with brevity and an impending tour forefront in their minds.

The result, with a runtime south of 35 minutes, has Bleeding Rainbow matching their visceral live shows with an album’s worth of dressed down, feral and unrelenting punk-pop.

Price $15

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