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Sun Comes Out (And I Don't Care)
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SUN COMES OUT (AND I DON’T CARE)
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After releasing their debut album Mirror, Mirror, the Chicago based band, UNICYCLE LOVES YOU, are finishing up their next record titled, Failures. Soon to be released on Valentine’s Day next year, on the Mecca Lecca Recording Co. label, the first single from their sophomore album is anything but a “failure.” With a surf-oriented riff and fuzzed up vocals, you’ll want to be “wasting time” with these guys (and girl).

Download “Sun Comes Out (And I Don’t Care)” HERE.

Pre-order Failures months ahead of its release date and you’ll get some nifty extras, or even a dinner date with the band, to go with your purchase.

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Brooklyn’s Unicycle Loves You has a new video for the song “Falling Off.”   The track is from their upcoming LP The Dead Age.  The album,which was recorded by Jim Carroll and mastered by Bob Weston, is slated for a June 10th release via Highwheel/Mecca Lecca.

Unicycle Loves You Tour Dates: 5/07 - Brooklyn, NY - Nitehawk Cinema (Album Listening Party)
5/20 - Brooklyn, NY - Glasslands (w/ NØMADS)
6/07 - Brooklyn, NY - Radio Bushwick (Album Release Show) 6/12 - Brooklyn, NY - The Gutter (Northside Festival)
6/16 - Asbury Park, NJ - Wonder Bar
6/17 - Boston, MA - T.T. The Bear’s
6/18 - Portland, ME - The Flask Lounge
6/19 - Winooski, VT - Monkey Room
6/21 - Kingston, NY - BSP (w/ Howth)
7/03 - Brooklyn, NY - Bar Matchless (w/ SWF) 7/11 - Pittsburgh, PA - Thunderbird
7/12 - Cincinnati, OH - MOTR Pub
7/14 - Chicago, IL - Township
7/17 - Des Moines, IA - Vaudeville Mews
7/19 - St. Louis, MO - FOAM
7/22 - Nashville, TN - The Basement
7/23 - Dayton, OH - Canal Public House

See more at: http://fabricohmusic.com/news/new_video_and_tour_dates_from_unicycle_loves_you/

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Unicycle Loves You - BTR Live Studio [ep342]
Unicycle Loves You is a Brooklyn trio who “write loud, noisy pop songs from hell.” While they don’t actually come across as being all that evil, they do have a way of making some terrifyingly great loud sounds. Evolving from jangly power pop to post-new wave to garage-psych, the band’s latest work finds them further mutating their raw pop songs with walls of sound. The band stopped by to play some tunes and chat with Maia about their recording process.

Featured song: “Jaws”

Complete broadcast and audio playlist: http://b-t-r.co/1sOnqHa

The latest release from Unicycle Loves You, The Dead Age, is now available.

Official website for Unicycle Loves You: http://unicyclelovesyou.com
Facebook: http://facebook.com/UnicycleLovesYou
Twitter: @UnicycleLovesU

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Unicycle Loves You - Falling Off (Official Music Video)

Official video for “Falling Off” by Unicycle Loves You.

Single from the album “The Dead Age”.
Release date: June 10, 2014. (Highwheel / Mecca Lecca)

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Over the course of their first three records, Unicycle Loves You have transformed from a jangly power pop quintet (Unicycle Loves You) to a post-new wave quartet (Mirror, Mirror) to a garage-psych trio (Failure) into the fourth chapter in the evolution of the band: The Dead Age. Opening with an exhausted woman’s voice gasping “Oh my god!”, The Dead Age builds off of the heavier sound of Failure. Crafted meticulously, often pushing the tonal limits through a massive wall of sound, melodies explode into chaotic free falls where screaming guitars & mammoth-sized bass bend at the will of ULY simultaneously paying homage to Mascis and Beefheart. http://unicyclelovesyou.com/# https://www.facebook.com/UnicycleLovesYou http://unicyclelovesyou.bandcamp.com/ https://twitter.com/unicyclelovesu Photo credit : Gustavo Ponce Thanks to Unicycle Loves You.

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The Brooklyn-based trio Unicycle Loves You have shown a relentless experimentalism and willingness to change things up over the course of their first three full-length albums. Their debut self-titled, full-length had the band as a quintet that played a jangling power pop; their sophomore effort Mirror, Mirror had the band as a quartet that played post-new wave; and their third effort Failure had the band playing garage psych rock; however, the band’s forthcoming fourth full-length effort, Dead Age, which is slated for a June 10 release, has the band sounding a bit like Grave Babiesthe Stone Roses or the Jesus and Mary Chain — in other words it’s a murky, brooding, power chord-based psych rock, completed with thick bass chords and chanted vocals as you’ll hear on “Face Tattoo" and on the album’s latest single “Jaws.”  However, “Jaws” seems to be murkier, and choppier, more anxious. 

The Brooklyn-based trio Unicycle Loves You have shown a relentless experimentalism and willingness to change things up over the course of their first three full-length albums. Their debut self-titled, full-length had the band as a quintet that played a jangling power pop; their sophomore effort Mirror, Mirror had the band as a quartet that played post-new wave; and their third effort Failure had the band playing garage psych rock; however, the band’s forthcoming fourth full-length effort, Dead Age, which is slated for a June 10 release, has the band sounding a bit like Grave Babies, the Stone Roses or the Jesus and Mary Chain – in other words it’s a murky, brooding, power chord-based psych rock, completed with thick bass chords and chanted vocals as you’ll hear on “Face Tattoo." 

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Unicycle Loves You - “Sun Comes Out (And I Don’t Care)” -

Catchy, slightly trashy (or at least it sounds that way on my laptop) pop from Chicago’s Unicycle Loves You. Off their upcoming (April 2012) release Failure. More info on their website. Well not much really, but it has links to their bandcamp and facebook and stuff.

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