Song Premiere: “Bedroom Fall” by Unbuttoned

June 13, 2017 in news

Label Obscura premieres the new single, “Bedroom Fall”, by Canadian indie/experimental band Unbuttoned ahead of the summer release of second album, Liquid, via Round 4 Records.  The group has previously received support from illustrious publications like Vice, Noisey, Afropunk, Hypetrack, and more.

Casey MQ, Kamilah Apong, Miles Gibbons,  and Alexei Orechin have returned to the independent music scene and continue to surprise even themselves in their self-exploration. After their 2014 debut Planes, the band spent three years developing what would become their forthcoming LP, Liquid.

The process found Unbuttoned spending weeks in various studio environments, exploring every sound they could touch and hear. Midway through this process, Unbuttoned released 2015’s Minute Lasting EP, which was catalytic for the group in terms of challenging modern musical conventions. They also initiated Hummingbird, a safer open stage catering to the youth of Toronto’s Regent Park community.

Now, the experience and influence of the last few years have culminated in Liquid, a fearless exploration of textures, palettes and emotions that lies in the ocean between melancholic release and stark boldness. Sometimes brash and unapologetic, sometimes achingly vulnerable, the album is a statement of commitment, and decidedly marks a new era for Unbuttoned.

Catch them headlining at PRIDE Toronto on June 23rd.

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By Jen Dan

Jen Dan is a music writer based in New Jersey, USA who has a thing for Canadian music – well, as long as it aurally intrigues her… Over the years she has written countless music reviews and news pieces and interviewed a multitude of bands and singers – and even an actor here and there.

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