On the show this time, Preoccupations bring brutal post-punk to the KEXP Live Room.
On the show this time, it’s the potent post-punk predilections of Preoccupations.
Preoccupations is a post-punk rock quartet from Calgary, Alberta. Their latest album - “Arrangements” - is a bleak indictment of the human race, having wasted opportunities to change - now facing its own inevitable, self induced destruction. There is no escape - “everything tastes like the bitter end.” We are hopelessly awaiting death. Self-loathing. Staring at the ash and the dust, with “catastrophe eyes.”
This music is relentlessly compelling, begging the question - Why is ruin so beautiful? The record is available on Flemish Eye / Jagjaguwar.
Recorded October 28, 2022
1. Death Of Melody
4. Tearing Up The Grass
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