CHERUBS – 18 The Number

Austin, TX’s cult noise trio CHERUBS share the second single “18 The Number” offImmaculada High. Watch and listen on Revolver Magazine HERE & YouTube HERE.

CHERUBS Comments:

“Rabbit wanted to go to the moon. Rabbit asked the birds, but Eagle was busy and Hawk was too low, so Crane would have to do. The journey was long and Rabbit was heavy. Crane’s legs stretched, and Rabbit’s paws bloodied, but they made it… and Rabbit patted Crane’s head red in thanks. Love, Us.”

Immaculada High is due out July 26 on CD/LP/Digital. Physical packages are available for pre-order via . Digital Downloads / Streaming Services are available .

Additionally, CHERUBS recently announced a U.S. midwest headlining tour throughout August. CHERUBS will also perform two exclusive East Coast concerts next month with Low Dose on July 13 in Brooklyn and July 14 in Philadelphia.

CHERUBS Tour Dates:

Jul 13 Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus Bar
Jul 14 Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie

Aug 09 Louisville, KY @ Care Less Lounge
Aug 10 Columbus, OH @ Ruby Tuesday
Aug 11 Hamtramck, MI @ Smalls Bar
Aug 13 Canton, OH @ Buzzbin
Aug 15 Chicago, IL @ Empty Bottle
Aug 16 St. Paul, MN @ Turf Club
Aug 17 Kansas City, MO @ Minibara

After an unforeseen return to the scene from a two-decade hiatus in 2014, the CHERUBS have now joined forces with the equally revered Relapse Records for the release of their fifth long-player Immaculada High. Recorded and engineered by Erik Wofford (Explosions in the Sky, The Black Angels, My Morning Jacket) at Cacophony Studio in Austin, Immaculada High is 11 songs of signature CHERUBSclamor with an added twist of Texas-sized, psychedelic racket. Smooth, rumbling low-end rhythms interplay with feedback drenched, chuggin’ guitars, relentless tone and vocalist Kevin Whitley’s shrill, life-of-the-LSD-party vocals. On Immaculada High, CHERUBS loudly proclaim their title as bonafide noise rock legends who continue to forge transgressive yet remarkably accessible punk for a jaded world.

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