Self Defense Family share another track from mini-album Colicky


Self Defense Family are a band that cannot be accused of lacking ambition.

With a continual string of releases under their belt, the band have now released ‘It Isn’t Very Clear Is It’ from their forthcoming mini-album Colicky.

The four-track mini-album has been described as one of the bands darker releases, and if you are familiar with anything vocalist Patrick Kindlon does then you know this is quite a statement.

Having already released the eight minute epic ‘Brittany Murphy in 8 Milethe next track ‘It Isn’t Very Clear Is It’ follows a similar formula in a dark, slower, methodical rhythm to their sounds which seems to continue to test boundaries.

You can listen to the new track below:

And if the band wasn’t already busy enough they will be embarking on a European tour with Creative Adult in October, see all he dates below:

October 3 – Antwerp, Belgium @ Kavka
October 4 – Amsterdam, Netherlands @ Winston
October 5 – Koln, Germany @ Blueshell
October 6 – Berlin, Germany @ Cassiopeia Berlin
October 7 – Nurnberg, Germany @ Desi Nürnberg
October 8 – Vienna, Austria @ Bach
October 9 – Bologna, Italy @ Freakout Club
October 10 – Zurich, Switzerland @ Dynamo Zürich
October 11 – Wiesbaden, Germany @ Schlachthof Wiesbaden
October 12 – Paris, France @ La Mécanique Ondulatoire
October 13 – Brighton, UK @ The Green Door Store
October 14 – London, UK @ MOTH CLUB
October 15 – Cardiff, UK @ Four Bars at Dempseys
October 16 – Glasgow, UK @ Official 13th Note
October 17 – Manchester, UK @ The Star and Garter
October 18 – Leeds, UK @ Brudenell Social Club
October 19 – Norwich, UK @ The Owl Sanctuary
October 20 – Nottingham, UK @ The Basement, Nottingham

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