THEY SHARE NEW SINGLE AND VIDEO FOR EP TITLE TRACK
|PRAISE FOR PURITY RING|
triple j Feature Album
“Damaged, hallucinatory pop where bright melodies meet dark images”
The New York Times
“Masters of myth-spinning”
“Fresh combination of scalable synth-pop, hip-hop, and Burial-influenced dubstep
— minimally arranged music that still could trigger a festival-ready light show
capable of competing with most EDM acts”
“Creepy and alluring”
Purity Ring have announced their new Graves EP out June 3rd. It’s the first official release via the band’s own label The Fellowship. They have also dropped the EP’s title track today, the song was premiered in a one at a time listening party earlier this week, where fans were placed in a virtual waiting room before they could stream the song in full. Now the song is available for the world to hear. WATCH & LISTEN HERE.
Vocalist and songwriter Megan James shares, “This song has been haunting us for 8 straight years so we’re very glad to let it be heard. We hope it brings you as much joy as it has now brought us. Thank you for listening and please enjoy the beautiful music video about human cells.”
‘Graves‘ comes off the back of ‘soshy‘, another new song they released last year, both songs showing why Purity Ring continue to be one of the most interesting and dynamic electronic duos of their generation.
Purity Ring are also preparing for a massive North American tour starting at the end of May. It will be the first major tour for the duo in 5 years and is a welcome return for fans. See all tour dates here.
‘graves‘ is out now via The Fellowship, buy/stream it HERE.
|ABOUT PURITY RING|
One night in 2010 Megan was sailing a boat very far out in the ocean. The waves were as big as houses but the moon was full and it was quiet and peaceful. Corin had made a beat in his mum’s basement on his old toshiba laptop and sent it to her, so alone in the water under the bright light, Megan put on her earbuds and sang the words to a song that became ungirthed. Twelve years and a trilogy of albums later, Purity Ring return with their first extended play (graves ep). It is a spirited collection of songs signifying an evolution to a nü era for the Edmonton duo.