For a band that’s already created quite a stir over the past several years, always moving forward, always learning, always searching, four albums in four years has brought Tunabunny here—to an album so audacious it suggests the band can do anything. At play in a universe of sound, Kingdom Technology runs the gamut from Abba to Alvin Lucier without even leaving the backyard. The record is coated in ecstasy & death. It charges into the unknown, terrified and inflamed, anthemic & broken, empty & yearning, isolated & alive. You can dance to it or you can die to it. You can grieve to it or fall in love to it. Last year’s Genius Fatigue sold in the thousands, marking a new high for upstart label HHBTM, and Kingdom Technology is already set to double that number.
Tracklist: Airless Spaces / Canaries In Mineshafts / Save It Up / Different Jobs / Power Breaks / Good God Awful / Tete-A-Tete / Coming For You / Not New Years / Empire / Chalked Up / Terminal Departure / Bag of Bones / (They Say) This Is Where Our Dreams Live
Happy Happy Birthday To Me HHBTM159