The Nectars announce their debut album Sci-Fi Television, a ferocious, euphoric, sarcastic, brilliant slice of sleazy pop genius, which will be released on May 25th. Recorded at Barbershop studios in New Jersey and Studio G in Brooklyn, it’s a nine-song collection of short, sharp bangers, each with their own individual sound delving into art-rock debauchery. The band describe the upcoming album:
“Sci-Fi Television’ is our cumulative answer to the last 60 years of rock music, dissected on our alien operating table. Immensely personal and sometimes profoundly goofy, we wrote these songs as an attempted escape from all the real life monsters surrounding us. What we didn’t realise initially was isolating ourselves from the turmoil of news media left us alone with an entirely different beast. Ourselves. Picking apart the bad habits of our 20’s through song brought clarity to our band message. Profound societal change begins from within. There’s no hiding from yourself. With that in mind we’re abducting Rock N Roll, and never bringing it back. Enjoy.”
Alongside that, The Nectars will be heading over to the UK this May having already whipped up a storm in New York, to perform a number of shows including a headline date at London’s House Of Vans on May 16th before playing at The Great Escape festival the following day. They will also be playing slots at this year’s Dot To Dot festival.
Following on from that, the Nectars will be supporting Stone Broken in their sold out shows in Pontypridd and Birmingham.
More info HERE.