Oakland, CA post-hardcore trio Super Unison (ex-Punch, ex-Snowing) have premiered their new track “Broken” via NPR. The track is off of the band’s upcoming debut LP, Auto, and features thick hooks, harsh fuzzy tones and distressed screaming vocals.
Vocalist/bassist Meghan O’Neil Pennie tells NPR:
“The song is about self-preservation. Sometimes you have to walk away from something that’s not good for you, despite the pressures of obligation and guilt. Some people may not understand, but you know your own feelings better than anyone.”
Auto was recorded at Atomic Garden Studios by Jack Shirley (Oathbreaker, Deafheaven, Loma Prieta) and is set for release on October 14 via Deathwish. Listen to “Broken” below and catch Super Unison on tour:
October 21 Oakland, CA @ 1,2,3,4 Go!
October 23 Los Angeles, CA @ All Star Lanes
October 24 Tempe, AZ @ 51 West
October 25 El Paso, TX @ DIY Punk Haus
October 26 Austin, TX @ Shirley’s Temple
October 27 New Orleans, LA @ Neutral Grounds
October 28 Birmingham, AL @ Firehouse
October 30 Gainesville, FL @ The Fest 15 at The Atlantic