Yeah Yeah Yeahs guitarist Nick Zinner has bought a brand new band
He is joined up with Swing Children’ Justin Pearson for Extra Ache
Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ Nick Zinner has launched a brand new grindcore band and confirmed particulars of their debut EP.
Extra Ache sees the guitarist be a part of up with San Diego musician Justin Pearson, who’s finest identified for his work in Swing Children and The Locust.
Zinner and Pearson, who beforehand performed collectively in punk supergroup Head Wound Metropolis, will launch their first EP later this 12 months. The self-titled file will likely be made obtainable on April 19 through Pearson’s personal Three One G label.
They’ve shared the primary monitor from the EP in ‘Hammering Tenderness’, which comes with a video directed by Joanna Lopes that options black and white pictures of skulls and gun crosshairs. The monitor clocks in at simply 27 seconds. You possibly can watch it above.
Pearson informed Rolling Stone of the brand new band: Initially it was for a part of a movie rating that Zinner was engaged on. However the movie hasn’t and may not ever come out. So we opted to simply launch it on Three One G as a three-song EP.”
He added that there had been discussions about taking part in reside and “making it a considerably legit band”, however Zinner would in all probability be too busy.
In the meantime, Zinner’s Yeah Yeah Yeahs bandmate Karen O has additionally been engaged on a brand new mission. The frontwoman is about to launch a brand new album, ‘Lux Prima’, with Hazard Mouse subsequent month (March 15).