claire rousay and more eaze Announce New Album, Share New Singles

    claire rousay and more eaze have shared two collaborative singles, ‘same’ and ‘hands’. They’re taken from the duo’s forthcoming album Never Stop Texting Me, which is set for release on February 11 via Orange Milk. Check out the new tracks below, and scroll down for the album’s cover artwork (by Seth Graham) and tracklist.

    claire rousay and more eaze’s new LP, which will follow last year’s an afternoon whine, includes collaborations with Bloodzboi and How to Dress Well. According to the album’s Bandcamp bio, “Never Stop Texting Me by More Eaze and Claire Rousay is a pop record. Melodies and chorus in every track about crushes, collaborating with friends, and the mundane of everyday life. Maybe the first mention of Bandcamp Friday in a pop song? Mari and Claire share an equal amount of duties on the record, rendering it a pure representation of their collaborative work. The appeal of this record is the assertive pop blending w Robert Ashley like moments which simultaneously satiates the desire to hear structure and the abstract.”

    Earlier this week, claire rousay released the one-track album sometimes i feel like i have no friends, which featured more eaze on violin as well as Pale Spring’s Emily Harper Scott on piano.

    Never Stop Texting Me Cover Artwork:

    Never Stop Texting Me Tracklist:

    1. Same
    2. hands
    3. kyle
    4. iphone2
    5. stairs
    6. camille
    7. missed [feat. bloodzboi and How To Dress Well]
    8. art
    9. arms
    10. floor pt2


    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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