Living Room has been quietly releasing thoughtful and precise music for the last decade.
Based out of Brooklyn, the band has a rich discography that blends emo, shoegaze, and post-punk and their upcoming album might be their most focused yet. New Years feels like a band that is leveling up and totally comfortable in their own skin.
Your first glimpse of what is to come is a new single titled “Petrol Head.” It’s a grungy mid-tempo rocker with a soaring chorus about the challenges of acknowledging your own faults. The band teamed up with director Brendan McKnight to put together a music video that is currently streaming at No Echo.
“Petrol Head” will be available on digital platforms on Friday, April 1st. New Years will be released by Brooklyn indie label, Fear Icon Records, on June 10th, 2022. Digital preorders are available now.
Scott Fitzpatrick – Guitar/Vocals
John Nicholls – Guitar/Vocals
Kevin Dobbins – Bass
Fred Trumpy – Drums
Living Room is a quartet from Brooklyn, NY that is anchored by a decade-long friendship between their members. Influenced by late ’90s and early aught acts, Living Room injects a distinctly fresh perspective, heaviness, and mysticism to their brand of emo, shoegaze, and post-punk. Their discography displays their evolving and precise musicianship with lyrics that reflect the complexity, vicissitude, and euphoria of life.
Produced & mixed by Gary Cioni at Sound Acres Studios
Mastered by Mike Kalajian at Rogue Planet Mastering
Jon Murphy & Kendall Garrett