RIYL: Bleached, Colleen Green, Tacocat
Label: Father Daughter Records
Lisa Prank, the solo project of Seattle’s Robin Edwards, just finished up a brief tour with fellow Seattle-ites Tacocat and is now gearing up for the release of her new record Adult Teen. Those who appreciate earnest yet catchy female-fronted pop punk should check out Starting Again, the upcoming albumâ€™s first single, below. The splatter vinyl is super limited so donâ€™t snooze (there’s also 200 Hot Pink and 300 Black but c’mon, you really want that splatter!)
** THIS IS A PRE-ORDER. ORDERS WILL NOT BE AVAILABLE UNTIL JUNE 24th **
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With summer lying in wait, Lisa Prank is coming out of hibernation and embracing the sun. Robin Edwards' Seattle-based solo project has gained a dedicated following thanks to her expert marriage of a bubbly sound and all-too-relatable lyrics. Following 2014's exceptional Crush on the World, Lisa Prank returns with a breezy but focused collection of meticulously crafted bedroom pop gems. Adult Teen, the project's forthcoming record, is dominated by bruised romanticism, introspective longing, and a palpable sense of desire, building a sound heavily influenced by 90s pop punk and the decadeâ€™s lighthearted culture.
Robin Edwards performs all of the Lisa Prank songs live with an electric guitar and a Roland MC-505 drum machine, delivering memorable performances with ease. Thanks to that fact, Lisa Prank has become a project that's frequently celebrated among Edwards' peers, some of whom, including Bree McKenna and Emily Nokes of Tacocat, Julia Shapiro of Chastity Belt, and Andrew Sullivan and Ian Dugas of The Trashies contributed performances to the record. Lisa Prank has shared the stage with bands like Waxahatchee, Tacocat, and Pony Time. She also contributed vocals on Childbirth's Womenâ€™s Rights album for Suicide Squeeze Records. Adult Teen was recorded and mixed by Eric Randall (Tacocat), mastered by Carl Saff, with artwork by Faye Orlove.
Adult Teen is out June 24, 2016 on Father/Daughter Records with a limited cassette release on MISCREANT RECORDS.
All 12" LPs come with a limited 4x6 sticker sheet designed by FAYE ORLOVE
01. Starting Again
02. Luv is Dumb
03. Heart 2 Heart
04. Best of Everything
06. Take It All
07. Baby, Let Me Write Yr Lines
08. Why Canâ€™t We Just Dance?
09. Drive Anywhere
10. Turn It Up
11. I Want to Believe
VINYL FIRST PRESSING - 600 UNITS
100 // Ultra Clear with Multicolor Splatter
200 // Hot Pink
300 // Black
Listen on Spotify
- Maybe Buy
- Not My Style
- Too Expensive