Hypoluxo: Nimbus

Taking a hard turn from the dreampop sound of their previous material, Brooklyn's Hypoluxo go full on angular post punk, and wear their tension and uncertainty about modern life's inconsistencies on their sleeve, as proven by the first couple of singles off their coming album, LP3.

The band's newest single and video is an artful and sarcastic attack at meteorologists which naturally extends to an expression of bitterness about the upper classes, all inspired by lead singer Samuel Cogen’s time working for a delivery service in Manhattan.

"This past winter I picked up a bike delivery job for extra money," Cogen elaborates. "Not an easy job to do in the cold, occasionally rainy, New York winter. Easily the most annoying part of the job was how inconsistent the morning weather reports were. One day it poured for hours rather than the sunny day that was promised. While I hid in a overpriced upper west side bar soaking wet, and feeling not very welcome by the wealthy older business men next to me, I started writing Nimbus."

LP3 comes out November 20th, 2020 through Terrible Records’ Flexible Distribution.

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