3/06/2017

Italy's SOVIET SOVIET debut new video - share SXSW schedule - 'Endless' out now on felte


SOVIET SOVIET

Share New Video "Endless Beauty"
Endless Out Now on felte

Touring West Coast Now - SXSW Shows Confirmed

RIYL: Joy Division, The Soft Moon, Wire, Eagulls



Italian trio Soviet Soviet take a broad, fresh view of the post-punk genre, ignoring timestamps and geographic restrictions to assemble a specimen uniquely theirs. Today they share new video "Endless Beauty" which debuted over at Brooklyn Vegan.  Italian Director Giulio Letizi blended what looks to be 60's stock footage along with live footage of the band to create what he calls a colorful surfing experience

The bands explains, "We love this concept and these images complementing our music. We shot the live images of the band inside an old cinema where we are from in Pesaro, Italy. 'Endless Beauty' reminds us of this kind of imagery - the beach, the surfers and days at the beach. We live in a coast city and love the sea."

Soviet Soviet have announced tour dates in North America which includes a stop in Austin for their label's SxSw festival showcase, felte, who is co-presenting with Part Time Punks. The showcase features labelmates Sextile and Houses of Heaven and classic bands like Modern English, James Chance & The Contortions and more - full list of dates here: 


3.08 Seattle, WA - Kremwerk
3.09 Seattle, WA - KEXP Session (9AM PST)
3.09 Seattle, WA @ Lo-Fi
3.11 Long Beach, CA - 4th St. Vine
3.12 Los Angeles, CA - The Echo (Part Time Punks)  
3.14 Austin, TX - Barracuda (SxSw Festival @ Felte Label + Part Time Punks Showcase) ^
3.15 Austin, TX - SxSw Festival @ Numero 28 (Acoustic)
3.16 Austin, TX - SxSw Festival

^ w/ Sextile, Houses of Heaven, Modern English, James Chance & The Contortions, Froth, Cosmonauts, Potty Mouth, Creepoids, Suburban Living, Terminal A, Tennis System


"put the punk back into post-punk...you won't know whether to pump your clenched fist in punk triumph or dance the fog-laden night away." - CLRVYNT

"their best material yet...a kinetic kick of bass and percussion with a whirl of melodic guitars that quicken both pulse and limbs" - Post Punk Magazine 




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