Austin’s Woven Bones preps debut album for HoZac, tours

MP3: “If It Feels Alright”

Woven Bones

The raw exuberance that Woven Bones seethes from its tightly-wound inner coil of turmoil isn’t exactly the stuff daydreams are made of, but as their menacing presence has been culminating over the past couple of years, it’s now clear as daylight that their finest efforts would come together on this, their debut LP. As they’ve effectively dragged the shards of their tattered souls with building ferocity on each of their previous singles and EPs, the evolutional process has honed itself to a fine edge, poised to level any contention and break into the blinding realness of now. They’ve finally harnessed the elusive throb and crash of their intended sonic perfection on their own terms, and this debut album will no doubt convert the middling masses into drooling slaves to their hypnotic heartbeat rhythm. What was only hinted at before is now as pure, raw, and ugly as a newborn jackal, squirming out of the wretched womb and ready to face the world, all the while, sending an evil chill down the spine and reminding you that yes, new music really can be this good.

Since the beginning, Woven Bones have primarily been the brainchild of singer/guitarist Andrew Burr from the point where their primordial ooze first seeped into our sphere of peripheral vision. After uprooting from Orlando in 2008 and settling in Austin, Texas last year, followed by touring the darkest corners of the underground stratosphere, their seedy and insidiously slithered drawl has fully come to a head, summoning the the pulse-pounding power to stand all hairs on-end. As bassist Matty and recently recruited drummer Carolyn have completed the fold, Woven Bones need no announcement to herald their arrival, but as their irresistibly iridescent hazy pop grime drills itself deeper into your soft skull, it’s best to just stand back and experience them exploding out of your speakers.

Like the eardrum-shattering noise pop icons that came before them, Woven Bones blaze their own trail of lascivious loudness and controlled snarl that’s just what the world needs right now, and the perfect soundtrack to your screwed-up summer. The debut album, In and Out and Back Again delivers nine heart-stabbing hits that just keep hitting back, so without further hesitation, we give you the debut album that explodes heads on contact, by your new favorite band, Woven Bones.

Todd Killings – HoZac Records


03/12 – Denton, TX Hailey’s (NX35 Fest)
03/14 – Austin, TX Mohawk $
03/17-03/20 – Austin, TX SXSW
03/21 – Dallas, TX Double Wide %
03/22 – Mobile, AL Alabama Music Box ^
03/23 – Tallahassee, FL The Engine Room ^
03/24 – Orlando, FL Back Booth ^
03/25 – Miami, FL Churchills ^&
03/26 – Tampa, FL The Crow Bar ^&
03/27 – Gainesville, FL The Atlantic &
03/29 – Atlanta, GA 529
03/30 – Huntsville, AL Vertical House Records
03/31 – Memphis, TN The Buccaneer
04/01 – Fayetteville, AK The Sang House
04/02 – Hot Springs, AK Maxine’s
04/08 – Austin, TX Mohawk
04/23 – Nashville, TN Glenn Danzig’s House
04/24 – Atlanta, GA Mess Around @ The Earl *
05/28 – Austin, TX Mohawk !

% = Brofest 2010 w/ Dum Dum Girls, Frankie Rose, The Soft Pack
$ = w/ Man, or Astro-man?
^ = w/ The Fresh and Onlys
& = w/ Jacuzzi Boys
* = w/ Reigning Sound
! = Chaos in Tejas w/ The Ponys, A Frames, Jeff The Brotherhood

Woven Bones
In and Out and Back Again
Street Date: May 18, 2010

1.I’ll Be Runnin
2.Guess You Allready Knew
3.7 Year Mirror
4.If It Feels Alright
5.Your Way With My Life
6.Creepy Bone
7.Half Sunk Into the Seats
8.Couldn’t Help But Stare
9.Blind Conscience





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