Today, Permanent Collection has announced a new LP titled “Nothing Good Is Normal” & released a video for the lead single, “Blurring The Lines,” via The Alternative. Check out the premiere here. The Alternative described the song as “a throttling post-punk cut with rollicking drums, a commanding bassline, and Hendardy’s gravelly vocal delivery. On top of all that is a fuzz tone that’s thick and sweet like cake batter, embellished with shoegaze whammy bends and high-ceiling reverb for a whole other layer of noisy bliss. It’s a strong return from Permanent Collection and a great song in its own right.” Permanent Collection’s Nothing Good Is Normal is due out on June 19th, 2020.
Permanent Collection is the moniker Jason Hendardy has made music under since 2010. Most would probably classify the music as post-punk, alternative, a surprising mess of noise, or too loud if you were a sound guy at a show between 2010-2013.
What would eventually become Permanent Collection
In late 2019 Jason started to focus his efforts on writing another solo record and with that came the follow-up Permanent
Nothing Good Is Normal will be available on vinyl, cd, and digital on June 19, 2020. 10 fully fuzzed out, reverb punk songs that come in around 22 minutes. RIYL: The Wipers, Husker Du, Jawbreaker, My Bloody Valentine, Wire, JAMC.
Nothing Good Is Normal
Street Date: June 19th, 2020
1. East Bay Rats
2. A Way
3. In The End
4. Blurring The Lines
6. West Coast Fever
8. Nothing Else
9. Point of No Return
10. For A Minute