Sad Accordions to release new album

sadaccordionsWith a name like Sad Accordions you’d expect this Austin based band to relate to suicidal Beirut fans. Actually the five piece set heavy riffs to a pop aesthetic and – seemingly – have very little to do with their namesake instrument. New album The Colors and The Kill sounds a bit like Radiohead minus the political intent, or the kind of record the New Radicals could have penned, had they more than one song.

The release includes lead single “Sacrificial Chumpsucker Diatribe”, and can be purchased for $5/£3 over here. It will be available physically from Rainboot Records on May 23rd.

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