DOOMSQUAD release a new video for “Ovoo” and the digital single “Ovoo / The Cools” via Hand Drawn Dracula (CAN/US/World) and No Pain In Pop (EU/UK). The trio begin their mini tour of EU/UK with No Joy, Jessy Lanza, and Dead Gaze this week. The video was directed by Chris Boni and the single features art by Randy Grskovic.
Premiered: Line of Best Fit (UK) // Featured: MTV (DE), Spindle Mag (UK), Subbacultcha (NE), Indienative (JP), Warszawa (JP), Hartzine (FR), Rock Club (UK), Sonic More, QBIM, Silent Shout, BlogTO, Chartattack, Exclaim! Magazine, Impose Magazine (US), Notes from Left of the Dial (US), No Fear of Pop (DE)
Stream ‘The Cools’: BBC Radio 6 (UK)
Berlin – Nov 28th w/ No Joy – Facebook
Paris – Dec 3rd – Facebook
Amsterdam – Dec 4th w/ Jessy Lanza – facebook
London – Dec 5th w/ Dead Gaze – facebook
DOOMSQUAD release a hypnotic new video for “Eternal Return” from their Artificial EP and their upcoming HDD full-length debut. Director Steve Reaume created the video “using his own algorithm that visually interprets the song mathematically. This results in a unique formation of blurred, grainy lines, slowly moving in kaleidoscope vision, triggering swift, paralyzing light as they begin to form more detailed objects ~ find yourself lost between their spiritual forces and a wicked video that matches the vibe perfectly.” (via Portals)
Doomsquad will be touring Eastern Canada with HSY this September/October, followed by a tour of the UK/EU in November.
“Eternal Return” premiered on Portals and is featured as “Video of the Week” in Hartzine (Paris).
+ Subbacultcha (NL) + Exclaim! + Silent Shout + QBiM + Chartattack + Rock Club UK
“DOOMSQUAD, the mysterious Toronto/Montreal-based sibling trio, have been crafting eerie electronica for several years, and recently signed to Hand Drawn Dracula / Artificial in order to spread their tunes to parts unknown.
To celebrate their new signing, we met with them in their basement, which conveniently doubles as a studio, for a performance of “Oovo,” off their as-yet-unannounced debut LP, tentatively titled Kalaboogie. The haunting track features chilling harmonies, a pulsing electronic beat, and a recorder solo.” ~ Exclaim