Taken from their new album ‘Sympathy for Life’
Parquet Courts has shared the new video for their latest single ‘Homo Sapien’ – you can watch the clip below.
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The track is taken from Four-Piece’s upcoming new album Sympathy for Life, which is set to be released this Friday (October 22) via Rough Trade Records.
Parquet Courts has released the final preview of their new LP as ‘Homo Sapien’ today (October 19).
You can hear the new track in the video directed by Marisa Gesuldi below, which features all four of the band’s members performing the song.
Parquet Courts has also announced a livestream event tomorrow (October 20). Feel Free: Empathy for Life, VisualizedNBA Hall of Famer Bill Walton and Adult Swim’s Joe Pera. There are tickets to access the livestream available from here.
The band has previously shared the singles ‘Black Widow Spider’ and ‘Walking at a Downtown Pace’ from ‘Sympathy for Life’, which were largely created from improvised jams and produced in league with Rodah McDonald and John Parish. had gone.
Singer and guitarist Austin Brown recently explained, “Most songs were created by taking long improvisations and adapting them through our own editing.”
“The biggest asset we have as artists is the band. After 10 years together, our biggest instrument is each other. The purest expression of Wood Courts is when we’re improvising.”
As part of their world tour, including dates in Birmingham, Glasgow and Leeds, Parquet Courts will tour the UK and Ireland in June 2022.