TACOCAT share new video 'The Internet'! Album 'Lost Time' out now via Hardly Art
Band doing official Twitter Q&A tomorrow! Pop-punk outfit Tacocat share new video for anti-troll anthem 'The Internet'.
"The modern world is not a pretty place, but Tacocat are here to address the ugliness in their own delightful way" 4* - DIY
"Colourful feminist pop-punk" - Grazia
"The Tacocat world is a glorious place" - The Quietus
"With their third full-length, Tacocat demonstrate exactly why they're your new favourite band." 5* - Upset Magazine
"Gloriously unique from start to finish" - London in Stereo
"Lost Time is a neon-coloured explosion of glitter and melody that reels you in with instantly-hummable hooks before sucker-punching you with its pointed content." 4* - The Skinny
"Lost Time, takes the successful formula of accessible alt-pop intertwined with a strong feminist message" (7.5/10) - The Line of Best Fit
After releasing their album 'Lost Time' earlier this year via Hardly Art, Seattle pop-punk outfit Tacocat have just self-released a new music video for their standout track & anti-online harassment anthem 'The Internet.'
Tomorrow night at 11:30 PM GMT, the band will be participating in an official Q&A session on Twitter (fans are encouraged to use the hashtag #AskTacocat).
Watch 'The Internet' here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EXlBI5di66I
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One of the weirdest things humans do is to classify half of all humans as niche. As though women’s shit isn’t real shit—as though menses and horses and being internet-harassed aren’t as interesting as beer-farts and monster trucks and doing the harassing. That’s why Tacocat is radical: not because a female-driven band is some baffling novelty, but because they’re a group making art about experiences in which gender is both foregrounded and neutralized. This isn’t lady stuff, it’s people stuff. It’s normal. It’s nothing and everything. It’s life.
Tacocat’s third studio album, Lost Time (an X-Files reference, doy), is their first with producer Erik Blood. “I would describe him generally as a beautiful wizard,” Nokes said, “who, in our opinion, took the album to the next level. Wizard level.” Blood’s sounds are wide and expansive, bringing a fullness to the band’s familiar sparkling snarl. The Tacocat of Lost Time are triumphantly youthful but also plainspoken and wise, as catchy as they are substantive. The album is out now via Hardly Art Records.
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'Lost Time' tracklist:
1. Dana Katherine Scully (video)
3. I Love Seatlle
4. I Hate The Weekend (mp3) (video)
5. You Can't Fire Me, I Quit
6. The Internet
7. Plan A, Plan B
8. Talk (mp3)
9. Men Explain Things To Me
10. Horse Grrls
11. Night Swimming
12. Leisure Bees
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