Self Defense Family Release New Track "The Supremacy of Pure Artistic Feeling"

Self Defense Family Release New Track "The Supremacy of Pure Artistic Feeling"

 
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Self Defense Family have released a second track from their upcoming Run For Cover Records debut LP today on Talkhouse alongside an essay by vocalist Patrick Kindlon which dives into the complexities of the isolating nature of creativity. The track, titled "The Supremacy of Pure Artistic Feeling" is from the upcoming Have You Considered Punk Music which will be released on June 29, 2018. Pre-order for the album is currently available and Self Defense Family will tour the US with Sannhet this June (all tour dates below).

On their debut Run For Cover Records album, vocalist Patrick Kindlon asks the listener to take a close look alongside him at the bottomless drive to create that he's spent his life exploring. "It’s about feeling very intensely about a thing you’re becoming increasingly aware the rest of the world doesn’t give a shit about,” says Kindlon. “It’s like how people feel about their cats: they love their cat, but you don’t give a shit about their cat.” 

Have You Considered Punk Music
Tracklisting:

01) The Supremacy of Pure Artistic Feeling
02) Certainty of Paradise
03) No Analog nor Precedent
04) Watcher At the Well
05) Nobody Who Matters Cares
06) Have You Considered Punk Music
07) Have You Considered Anything Else
08) Raw Contempt
09) Slavish Devotion to Form
10) The Right Kind of Adult


Tour Dates:

05.30 - Boston, MA @ Great Scott$
05.31 - Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Bazaar+
06.01 - Philadelphia, PA @ PhilMOCA*
06.02 - Washington DC @ DC9*
06.03 - Asheville, NC @ Mothlight*
06.05 - Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade
06.07 - Fort Worth, TX @ Riglea Room#
06.08 - Austin, TX @ Barracuda#
06.11 - Los Angeles, CA @ The Echo^
06.12 - San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill^
06.14 - Denver, CO @ Marquis Theater
06.16 - Chicago, IL @ Beat Kitchen-

w/ Weeping Icon and Fiddlehead
w/ Cloakroom and Weeping Icon
w/ Planning for Burial
w/ Street Sects
w/ Wreck and Reference
w/ RYLR

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