Cosmonauts have shared their music video for the title track from their new album ‘A-OK!,’ which is out now via Burger Records. Watch it below via YouTube.
Cosmonauts ‘A-OK!’ track list:
2. Doom Generation
3. Party at Sunday
5. Shortwave Communication
7. Good Lucky Blessing
Cosmonauts have extended their US tour – see dates below. They’ve toured extensively through the US and Europe, and played alongside Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Pixies, Slowdive, Black Lips, Belle & Sebastian, and more, though Cosmonauts don’t exactly fit neatly into the fabric of their scene: too psychedelic to be punk, too punk to be psychedelic, and too absorbed in making their own brand of music to care.
09/15 – Los Angeles, CA – Echoplex (Record Release)
10/3 – San Diego, CA – The Hideout
10/4 – Phoenix, AZ – Valley Bar
10/5 – El Paso, TX – Monarch w/ Ex Cult
10/6 – San Antonio, TX – Limelight
10/7 – Austin, TX – Hotel Vegas/Hotel Hot Burrito
10/8 – Austin, TX – Hotel Vegas/Hotel Hot Burrito
10/9 – Houston, TX – TBA
10/10 – New Orleans, LA – TBA
10/11 – Atlanta, GA – 529
10/12 – Richmond, VA – Strange Matter
10/14 – Providence, RI – Jerkys
10/15 – New York, NY – Baby’s All Right
10/16 – Boston, MA – Out Of The Blue Gallery
10/18 – Grand Rapids, MI – Pyramid Scheme
10/19 – Chicago, IL – East End
10/20 – Columbia, MO – Cafe Berlin
10/22 – Salt Lake City, UT – TBA
10/23 – Boise, ID – Neurolux
10/24 – Portland, OR – TBA
10/25 – Vancouver, BC – The Cobalt
10/26 – Seattle, WA – LOFI
10/28 – San Francisco, CA – Brick & Mortar Music Hall
More about Cosmonauts?
Cosmonauts came into being in 2009 in outer space or Orange County, depending on the way you like to look at things. The band was originally formed by Derek Cowart and Alexander Ahmadi after he heard Cowart play a Spaceman3 song solo at a show in their home town of Fullerton, CA. The two were students at different high schools but as it turned out, of the same musical school of thought: two lovers of lofi, adorers of the atmospheric, kindred poploving spirits. The two bonded over the Velvet Underground and Brian Jonestown Massacre, and quickly turned their mutual appreciation club into a band. Cosmonauts have been making music ever since, picking up bassist James Sanderson and a host of different drummers along the way (the spot is currently filled by Mark Morones). Now residing in Los Angeles, they’ve put out a number of releases through Burger Records and various other labels.