No Joy's 'Hellhole' Is a Slice of Shoegaze HeavenZoe Camp |
Canadian shoegazers No Joy recently announced their new EP, Creep. The release, which was produced by Violens' Jorge Elbrecht, hits shelves next week via Grey Market. After unveiling trippy first single "Califone," the duo has shared "Hellhole," another track off the EP. (Before you ask, it's not a Spinal Tap cover.) Don't let its title scare you off — our latest taste of Creep finds No Joy at their most affable, inoculating their infectious reverb-laden rock with four-on-the-floor disco. Listen below, and scroll down to check out the awesome, black metal-inspired poster for their upcoming tour.
No Joy will release their Creep EP on February 24 via Grey Market. Pre-order it here.