Combining huge hooks with post-hardcore angularity and indie rock quirkiness, Zero for Conduct craft an infectious, melodic racket on their upcoming album, CTRL+Z. Out this Friday, March 23 via Nefarious Industries, CTRL+Z is a fun, snarky record fueled by pop sensibility, groove, and subtle complexity. We personally think it’s a good time, and so should you.
In preparation for its release, we reached out to the New Jersey trio for a special track-by-track rundown of the forthcoming LP. The results were humorous, naturally. Plunge deep into the minds of Zero for Conduct after the break.
The White House became a big bouncy castle with fun horsie rides and free McDonalds…yet somehow we must all still work together collectively as people. BOOM!
Bringing sexy back to date night.
Like Bill Hader
ZFC paying homage to their roots and influences with a song reminiscent of fIREHOSE, a band whose drummer is named George Hurley. Not Bill Hader, Morgan [Chen, vocals/guitar/bass].
If We Were Emo, You’d Be Home By Now
What do you have if you don’t live in the present? I’m pretty sure you have jack fucking shit.
Oh Nancy! Only British People Can Fly
Guaranteed to be the most straight forward song in 7/4 you’ll hear in 2018.”
Do you like panic attacks? This song is about them! Do you like surprise panic attacks? They almost always are!
Rollin” is a twin bass guitar attack protesting dead kids in the streets, the lust for power over love, and the nation’s complacent nature towards leaving douchebags in charge of the country.
Average Marks Make Shitty Sparks
The rise-from-the-ashes tale of a guy who finally found his professional calling after getting fired by a sub-par boss….named Mark.
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