Felte is one of the best labels out there at the moment.
They have given us the excellent Sextile who’s current UK tour is receiving rave notices from LTW and now a new LA band called Numb.er who have a schzoid sound that switches from exploring the dark, stripped, bass-driven Faith period Cure but with very much their own stamp on it or the melodic urgency of the earlier Cure and the claustrophobic rush of Buzzcocks in an excellent urgent rush of words and melancholy. The track here explores their captivating darker side and is something to get blissfully and darkly tranced out in.
Numb.er bandcamp is here
Numb.er who are on tour with A Place To Bury Strangers
TOUR DATES LEFT
09.13 Cologne, DE @ Gebäude 9 *
09.15 Rouen, FR @ Le 106 *
09.17 London, UK @ Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen *
Director of the video Matt Creed explains, “With the layering of imagery moving into and through each other like flashes of memories, past and present, is meant to invoke a dreamlike sequence of someone trying to remember a moment in time. With the use of original and found footage, I wanted to create a chaotic visual landscape, like that of a hazy memory or dream, to construct a feeling of time and space.”