Listen To “Liberal Arts” From Brooklyn Punks Sick Feeling’s Debut LP

The album, ‘Suburban Myth,’ is out January 20th.

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Sick Feeling's "Liberal Arts," the lead track from the Brooklyn-based band's debut album, is an enigmatic punk song. With its scraping textures and Jesse Miller-Gordon's direct, desperately-screamed vocals, it's the sort of urgent couple minutes of rock you bust skulls to. But on the other hand, the track isn't all doom and gloom: it gallops forward even when it stops to freak out, and it kind of feels like a "road trip song" for hardcore kids; I think there's even some car horn sounds in there. The LP, called Suburban Myth, is being co-released by Terrible Records and Collect Records and officially drops January 20th. Check out the band's West Coast tour dates below, too.

Tour Dates:

11/02/14 - Los Angeles, CA - Vacation Vinyl
11/04/14 - Los Angeles, CA - Jewels Catch One
11/05/14 - Santa Ana, CA - The Observatory
11/06/14 - Berkeley, CA - 924 Gilman
11/07/14 - Portland, OR - Holocene
11/08/14 - Vancouver, BC - Korean Hall
11/09/14 - Seattle, WA - Barboza

11/04-11/09 w/ United Nations

Listen To “Liberal Arts” From Brooklyn Punks Sick Feeling’s Debut LP