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Shares new song & video "Falling Apart" taken from their self-produced debut album, Moveys.

Photo: Dallas Thompson

Madison, WI-bred and Chicago-based band Slow Pulp--Emily Massey (vocals/guitar), Alexander Leeds (bass), Theodore Mathews (drums), and Henry Stoehr (guitar)-- recently announced Moveys, their self-produced debut album, and shared its first single Idaho.” 

This week the band shares another song off of the forthcoming record, entitled “Falling Apart.” The track, featuring Alex G collaborator Molly Gemer on violin, is accompanied by a fantastical music video about feeling lost in a familiar landscape.

Director Jake Lazovick, places Emily in a transient world, surrounded by flying objects and missing pieces. The clip features nostalgic animations, body doubles for social distancing purposes, and an homage to Massey's background as a ballet dancer.

"As we were finishing up writing the album my parents got into a serious car accident and I came back home to help take care of them. A couple of weeks later COVID-19 started getting worse in the US,

and quarantine began. Life felt completely surreal, everything had drastically changed and at

such a rapid pace.

It was especially strange because everyone was experiencing the same thing at the same time, but couldn’t be physically with each other to support each other. I felt like I couldn’t process any emotions

I had about the whole ordeal because I had to keep it together to take care of my family.

It became easier to stay numb, and create a facade that I was doing ok, than it was to release any type of healthy emotion for a long time.

Luckily I did allow myself to have a full on breakdown induced by

a stubbed toe and confusion over taxes, sometimes it’s the littlest things that finally get you."

A testament to hard-fought personal growth, Moveys is a remarkable debut made in remarkable times, as Slow Pulp powered through health challenges, personal upheaval, and a pandemic. The songs on Moveys took shape while on tour with Alex G in 2019, after the band scrapped an album’s-worth of material following Massey’s diagnosis with Lyme disease and chronic Mono.

The obstacles only continued from there, as Massey’s parents were soon after in a severe car week before COVID-19 shut the country down. Full of blistering energy and emotional catharsis, this compelling 10-track collection highlights the band's resourcefulness and resilience to come together during unthinkable time. 

Slow Pulp - Moveys

Out October 9th via Winspear


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