Indie Psych/Math Rock band Bat House release self-titled album

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Bat HouseBoston-based psych/math rock quartet, Bat House, have just released their self-titled album. You can listen to the album as premiered on The Vinyl District here, you can also check out their video for Alright, Spaceboy via YouTube below.

The band recorded the self-produced LP at Converse’s Rubber Tracks studio in downtown Boston. The Deli Magazine raves, Bat House are  “the aural equivalent of kaleidoscopic jigsaw pieces from various puzzles that somehow seamlessly fit together– a complex sonic patchwork of shifting rhythmic structures,[and] metered grooves.” The unbound nature of free form expression cultivated in Boston’s DIY basement community brought Bat House together. The group rooted themselves in a house deemed the “Banana Hammock”, where they recorded their first EP, ghosts, and parts of their upcoming 2017 release. During the two years spent in the house, the band established a sense of community in the DIY scene by hosting basement shows for nationally touring bands.

More about Bat House? Boston-based psych/math rock quartet, Bat House, drop  their self-titled album. The band recorded the self-produced LP at Converse’s Rubber Tracks studio in downtown Boston. 

The unbound nature of free form expression cultivated in Boston’s DIY basement community brought Bat House together in early 2014. Comprised of Emmet Hayes (Bass & Vocals), Nicole Pompei (Drums), Alexandra Juleen (Guitar) and  Shane Blank (Guitar), the group’s sound draws inspiration from artists like Palm, Tame Impala, Unknown Mortal Orchestra, Maps & Atlases, Tera Melos and TTNG. Throughout the summer of 2014, the band began writing in an underground rehearsal space called the Sound Museum, where they developed their sound and wrote their first handful of songs. The group then moved to a house deemed the “Banana Hammock”, where they recorded their first EP, ‘ghosts,’ and parts of their upcoming 2017 release. During the two years spent in the house, the band established a sense of community in the DIY scene by hosting basement shows for nationally touring bands.

Keep your eyes peeled for more from Bat House and their album that showcases a sound that “falls somewhere between a mellow math rock anthem and a driving, utterly punk-as-f*ck spectacle.” (Sound of Boston)