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SeeYouSpaceCowboy Releases Unrelenting Single “Red Wine And Discontent”

[Photo via Errick Easterday]

SeeYouSpaceCowboy is offering another taste of what’s to come on their highly anticipated record with the new single and visuals drop for “Red Wine And Discontent.” Due out April 19 via Pure Noise Records, Coup De Grâce features previously released tracks “To The Dance Floor For Shelter (feat. Courtney LaPlante),” “Respite For A Tragic Tale (feat. iRis.EXE),” “Silhouettes In Motion,” “Rhythm and Rapture (feat. nothing,nowhere.),” and “Chewing The Scenery.”

“This is a song that deals with what it means to be the dirty little secret in an affair and trying to come to terms with that notion while also being critical and wishing to be more,” vocalist Connie Sgarbossa says. “It’s a song that really pushes through in a frantic but melodic way to me.”

The new track is bursting with modern rock melodies and unrelenting screams, showcasing the width and breadth of the band’s talents. Check out “Red Wine And Discontent” below.

Sgarbossa says of Coup De Grâce. “I feel like a lot of times people hear clean singing and more melody from a heavy band and think they’re selling out. But no—we’re actually technically weirder on this record than we’ve ever been.” Pre-orders are available here.

Coup De Grâce Tracklist:

  1. Allow Us To Set The Scene
  2. Subtle Whispers To Take Your Breath Away
  3. And The Two Slipped Into Shadows
  4. Red Wine And Discontent
  5. Lubricant Like Kerosene (ft. Kim Dracula)
  6. Respite For A Tragic Tale (ft. iRis.EXE)
  7. Silhouettes In Motion
  8. To The Dance Floor For Shelter (ft. Courtney Laplante)
  9. Rhythm And Rapture (ft. nothing,nowhere.)
  10. Sister With A Gun
  11. Chewing The Scenery
  12. Curtain Call

Beginning in mid-April, SeeYouSpaceCowboy will be heading out on tour with Better LoversForeign Hands, and Greyhaven. Check out the full list of tour dates below and secure your tickets here.

Tour Dates:

  • April 18—Indianapolis, IN @ Old National Centre
  • April 19—St. Louis, MO @ Off Broadway
  • April 20—Lawrence, KS @ The Bottleneck
  • April 22—Albuquerque, NM @ Launchpad
  • April 23—Tucson, AZ @ 191 Toole
  • April 24—San Diego, CA @ Brick By Brick
  • April 29—Roseville, CA @ Goldfield Trading Post
  • April 30—Portland, OR @ Hawthorne Theatre
  • May 2—Boise, ID @ Knitting Factory
  • May 3—Seattle, WA @ El Corazón
  • May 4—Vancouver, BC @ Rickshaw Theatre
  • May 6—Edmonton, AB @ The Starlite Room
  • May 7—Calgary, AB @ Dickens
  • May 9—Winnipeg, MB @ Exchange Event Centre
  • May 10—Fargo, ND @ The Aquarium
  • May 11—Minneapolis, MN @ Fine Line
  • May 12—Madison, WI @ Majestic Theatre
  • May 14—Grand Rapids, MI @ The Pyramid Scheme
  • May 15—Columbus, OH @ The King of Clubs
  • May 16—London, ON @ London Music Hall
  • July 13-14—Los Angeles, CA @ Exposition Park-Sound and Fury Festival
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