Parquet Courts Engage In Powerful Self Examination In New Single
    • THURSDAY, MARCH 24, 2016

    • Posted by: Mandi Dudek



    Parquet Courts is fairly new to the game - only being around for a few short years - and they must be in the studio constantly as they've already released several albums and EPs since the band formed in 2010. The ever-so-prolific Brooklyn-native's forthcoming album, Human Performance, is set to release via Rough Trade on April 8th and they've released two music videos for "Dust" and "Berlin Got Blurry."

    This morning, they've shared another track from the album, "Outside," which is a powerful, self-examining track with ringing chords running from verse into the chorus as frontman Andrew Savage pours out some heavy lyrics. "How do I blame all my carelessness on you, tell me? Taking is mostly what it sounds like." The song is over in a blink of an eye but will absolutely make you feel a little more hard-core once it's over.
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