Track Premiere: Planet B – ‘Goals Gone Wild’

Planet B bring on their new single “Goals Gone Wild,” from their upcoming LP Fiction Prediction. The album is a magnetic record that exhibits influences from the realms of hip hop, hardcore punk, turntablism, and 70s-80s horror movie scores. Fiction Prediction will hit the stores on December 22 through Three One G.

Listen to the album here:

The band share their thoughts:

“Finding the starting point of writing lyrics to a song can be hit or miss. However when one entertains a phrase like, “The Koch sucker dies of comfort” as the first line, you know where things will be heading. Now wrap your head around the Koch industry’s hundreds of billion dollar yearly revenue and the mindset of butthole libertarian’s fucking over massive amounts of less fortunate people who never will have a chance due to not being born into a dynasty. Here is where things get odd, for me. I don’t rip off lyrics like some rich jerk in a failed hardcore band. But I certainly will ironically reference some garbage rock band’s mega hit and jack up a chorus for my own personal amusement. Shout it or suck it, the choice is not yours unless you have a fuck load of money and excess power.”

Planet B

Planet B were formed by Justin Pearson (Dead Cross, Deaf Club, The Locust), Luke Henshaw (Sonido de la Frontera), Kevin Avery (Field Day, Retox) and Scott Osment (Deaf Club, Glassing), who aim to make music that speaks for reality and makes a true standing. They have previously released their self-titled debut LP which featured artists such as Kool Keith, Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Martin Atkins (ex-PiL, Killing Joke, Ministry, Pigface), K. Joseph Karam (The Locust), and Sonny Kay (The VSS, Angel Hair). For the new album, they invited Josie Cotton, David Scott Stone (ex-LCD Soundsystem, Melvins), D-Styles (Invisibl Skratch Piklz), Gabe Serbian (The Locust) and Eric Livingston (Mamaleek).

Planet B

Preorder Fiction Prediction here.

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Photo courtesy of Becky DiGiglio

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