Rubblebucket, the wild, Brooklyn, NY-based indie-sweat-pop band, released a new collection of songs earlier this year. Entitled If U C My Enemies, the four-song EP kicks off with the high-spirited "Donna," chock full of booming brass and a dance-worthy beat.Title track single "If U C My Enemies" dons an insatiable off-kilter tempo that begs repeat listens and the electronic-tinged "Not Cut Out For This" keeps the party going.
"When director Ian Pearlman came to us with the idea to do a video based all the kitchy haunted horror cabin films of the ages we couldn't say no, but we had to make sure that the villain was a gender ambiguous fashion witch who taught their victims how to love & be present with each other instead of bloodily killing them," explains singer Kal Traver. "We were extremely lucky to have access to a special location: our drummer & friend Jeremy's family's 100-year-old converted schoolhouse deep in the woods of the Berkshires (it is truly haunted!) and an adjoining long-abandoned marble quarry which furnished the marble for the Lincoln memorial."
Rubblebucket tours the west coast in May, all confirmed tour dates below.
May 12 - Boise, ID @ Neurolux Lounge
May 14 - Santa Cruz, CA @ The Catalyst
May 16 - Sacramento, CA @ Harlow's
May 17 - San Francisco, CA @ The Independent
May 18 - West Hollywood, CA @ Troubadour
May 20 - San Diego, CA @ The Irenic
Jun 03 - Lyons, CO @ Bohn Park
Jul 08 - Marshfield, MA @ Levitate Music Festival