Midwestern Emo Vets Giants Chair Release Two-track EP

9 Jun, 2020

Influential Midwestern emo greats, Giants Chair, have released a two-song EP, their first new songs written after a 23 year break.

The two tracks ‘The Streets’ and ‘Featureless Horizon’ were originally recorded in 2017, a few years before their recent PREFABYLON LP was released last December.

The EP is now available on streaming services and on limited edition cassette for the first time ever.

Vocalist Scott Hobart says, “THE STREETS and FEATURELESS HORIZON, were the first two songs we wrote after our previous 23-year self-quarantine. Recorded a couple of years before the PREFABYLON sessions, some of you may recall that they were briefly available via digital streaming-only, as teasers toward the eventual full-length. We even made videos for them! Both tunes were almost included on PREFABYLON but we decided to save them for a more special occasion… like today for our bass player BYRON’s 50th BIRTHDAY! Geez, that’s old!”

Checkout the new music video for ‘The Streets’ here:

Stream here: https://orcd.co/thestreets
Limited Edition Cassette Pre-order: https://spr.tn/streets

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