Tidal Arms Streaming New Song "Molasses"
Today, Brooklyn threesome Tidal Arms hurls forth another canticle from a forthcoming new self-titled full-length.
Titled "Molasses," the tune -- based on the Great Molasses Flood where a massive tidal wave of molasses destroyed a large area of Boston's North End in 1919 -- is currently monopolizing the airwaves courtesy of Vice/Noisey. Give the track a listen below.
All proceeds raised from the sale of the song will be used to help restore Brooklyn's Translator Audio and The South Sound rehearsal studios, which were destroyed in Hurricane Sandy last year.
Relays guitarist/vocalist Tom Tierney: "Andrew Schneider from Translator Audio has made some of our favorite records, recorded our first 7" and mixed [Tidal Arms debut] The Sun Exploding, and shares our love for the bizarre story of the Molasses Flood. His studio, Translator Audio and The South Sound rehearsal studios, were tragically destroyed in Hurricane Sandy. They're starting over, and we're releasing 'Molasses' as a fundraiser for the rebuild. Proceeds from the sale of the song go to Translator Audio and The South Sound."
Tidal Arms will unleash a vinyl edition of the self-titled record via Black Numbers on the new date of November 26th, 2013. You can also see the band live:
11/22/2013 The Acheron - Brooklyn, NY *Record Release Show* w/ Tiger Flowers
12/10/2013 Glasslands Gallery - Brooklyn, NY w/ Muscle Worship
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