We’re pleased to bring you the premiere of AD.UL.T.‘s new song “Overfishing” (listen below). The track is taken from the band’s upcoming EP No, Thank You, which is scheduled to be released on December 9th.
The band comment on the new song:
“‘Overfishing’ is the first song we had nailed down for this record, a result of mashing 3 different songs together. It’s probably the poppiest song we have, and it is, in fact, about overfishing, an incredibly inefficient, destructive enterprise. We thank you and hope you enjoy!”
A great blue whale gets beamed up into a UFO in the Atlantic (far out of its usual breeding grounds). The music in it’s head is translated and calculated through a dipolar diamagnetic beam. This loud pop, noise-making, love music from the brains of the whale/alien collaboration is then sent telepathically into the hearts of the humans in AD.UL.T. Using electric basses and drums to transpose and perform the compositions, they sing and dance their way around the world, sadly having no choice in the matter.
No, Thank You is based around themes of “trying to be joyful even though we are literally in a living hell” as the band battle “seeing injustice and evil everywhere you look, but wanting to refuse and resist.” It’s not always easy to gather these sentiments from their music however, a chaotic blend of jagged rhythms, piercing noise, distorted vocals, and explosive riffs, squawks, and squeals that battle good sense at every turn. It’s twisted and unapologetically weird. It’s deliberately abrasive and yet hyper aware. The songs are melodic at their core, with just enough semblance of pop to retain their own sanity.
AD.UL.T. Tour Dates:
1/17 – Providence, RI @ AS220
1/18 – New Brunswick, NJ @ The Meatlocker
1/19 – Richmond, VA
1/20 – Ashville, NC
1/21 – Nashville, TN
1/22 – Louisvile, KY
1/23 – Akron, OH
1/24 – Buffalo, NY
1/25 – Cambridge, MA @ The Lily Pad
1/26 – Worcester, MA