If punks are going to go pop, why bother to redress old chords in a new way? Why not blast through to the other side, going fully orchestral? Morning Glory
's newest a-side, "Born to December," owes more to late '60s / early '70s orchestral pop like Lynn Anderson's "(I Never Promised You A) Rose Garden" or overture numbers to rock musicals than it does to actual pop-punk.
With its quiet introduction that builds to a running rock middle, ending with swelling strings and chorused vocals, this fits in with the likes of Hedwig & the Angry Inch
's "Wig In A Box" more than anything else. It's astonishing and energetic, and hearing Ezra Kire sing -- actually sing -- for a good long while before breaking into his familiar rasping scream makes this seem like another band entirely from the band that recorded the crack rocksteady anthems of The Whole World Is Watching
The first song on the flipside, "Jesus Christ Boogie (O Aneurysm!)" not only name-checks the Nirvana b-side in its title -- the opening line is similar, along with a few riffs. It's a lot more rocking than the title track to this 7-inch, but really, paired as it is with a rather forgettable "Sara Says," it doesn't compel you to really ever flip the record over. You're far more likely to just move the needle back the outside of the single and play "Born to December" over (and over and over) again.
You can buy the single on black (colored sold out) from the Fat Wreck Chords store
If you've heard the streaming version of Night Birds
' newest single, "Maimed for the Masses," do yourself a favor and go buy the 7-inch. You'd think that surf-punk wouldn't be harmed by audio compression for online play, but the physical version of the track just sounds so much more clean.
The song, an ode to "Mrs. Foley's baby boy" (aka Cactus Jack, aka Dude Love, aka Mankind, aka New York Times
bestselling author Mick Foley) is a surprisingly touching first-person perspective story of Foley's hardcore history in the squared circle.
The three tracks on the flip side are exclusive to this release. "Barred Out" is a little weak, and didn't really grab my attention, but holy fucking shit -- if nothing else, buy this to get "Last Gasp." It's the catchiest song about autoerotic asphyxiation you'll ever hear, with a chrous primed for finger pointing sing-alongs: "I don't care
/ If they stare
" et al.
"Last Gasp" is a snotty distillation of everything Night Birds do well, with a sinuous surf line intertwined with lyrics that are just this side of outlandish. It'll be lodged in your head all day, and I'd take care to not get caught singing the lyrics under your breath.
Great work from Fat Wreck
with this release. As a stand-alone release, it's quite good, and as a teaser for the next Night Birds full-length, it's monster. I want that sucker in my hands right the hell now.
Take a listen to the title track over at Brooklyn Vegan
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You can stream the title track via Alt Press. The 305 on red vinyl with red covers and 304 on blue vinyl with blue covers are long since sold out, but there are still plenty black vinyl versions available in the Fat Wreck store.
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