London-based post-punk four-piece, H. Grimace are announcing their debut album ‘Self Architect’, which is set for release April 7th via Opposite Number.
The band have also shared the first single from the record ‘Land/Body’.
Offering some insight into the new single, the band said: “‘Land/Body’ is a song which took inspiration from the idea that we are living through the end of nature and what changes have occurred from the likes of mass production and standardisation.
“It delves into the possibilities that this has effected our sense of belonging and roots as Hannah sings ‘Nothing thrives in uniformity’, truly resonating that notion.”
The upcoming debut album follows on from 2015’s sold out ‘I Am Material’ tape and the critically acclaimed ‘Royal Hush’ 7”, which came out last year. ‘Self Architect’ reveals a sharper and more empathic feel to the band’s already relentless output.
17th Feb – The Lexington w/ Great Ytene, London
26th March – The Old Blue Last, London
13th April – Rough Trade East, London