Ovlov Announce New Album ‘Buds’, Release New Song

    Connecticut band Ovlov have announced their next album: Buds drops on November 19 via Exploding in Sound. Today’s announcement comes with the release of the new single ‘Land of Steve-O’, which features backing vocals from Jordyn Blakely, who recently released her debut project as Smile Machine and also plays in Ovlov singer Steve Harlett’s band Stove. Check it out below.

    Harlett said of ‘Land of Steve-O’ in a statement:

    I wrote this song after I got in some stupid argument with my father in the car, and once we got home I decided to go for a walk but ended up walking for about 2 hours and stopping to sit on a bench at the police station in the center of Newtown, Ct, where my parents raised me and still live today. I texted my friend Steve-O who I had been hanging out with a lot at the time. Basically anytime I was feeling like I wanted to hang out with someone, whether I was in need of someone to confide in or just wanted to chill, Steve-O was always down. He’s been an extremely important and close friend of mine since we met in the 6th grade when basically we both wrote down that Papa Roach was our favorite band on a personality questionnaire our teacher wrote for us in order to more easily make friends with the weirdos from all the other elementary school. The song is basically just about how good a guy I think Steve-O is.

    In addition to Jordyn Blakely, Ovlov’s new LP features contributions from Dig Nitty’s Erin McGrath and Ringo Deathstarr’s Alex Gehring. It will follow the band’s 2018 record TRU.

    Buds Cover Artwork:

    Buds Tracklist:

    1. Baby Shea
    2. Eat More
    3. Land of Steve-O
    4. The Wishing Well
    5. Strokes
    6. Cheer Up, Chihiro!
    7. Moron Pt. 2
    8. Feel The Pain

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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