“Geometers from Brooklyn haven't been around for too long, but that doesn't mean they don't know how to put together an album of punky rippers… Instead of deciding to point their music in one direction, the album provides a kind of prism of different influences, everything from spacier rock à la Hum (with killer vocal harmonies) to the attitude and emotion of Rival Schools and the Walter Schreifels oeuvre. None of this ever makes Geometers sound like a nostalgia or tribute act, but instead these elements of punk are disassembled and repurposed in new ways.”
Today, Clrvynt premiers the full album stream of Geometers' debut LP, "Pay to Live," here:
Geometers’ newest LP, Pay To Live, will be released on vinyl/cd/cassette/digitally through Jetsam-Flotsam and Codependent Records on December 2nd. In an effort to empower and protect others post-election, all of the proceeds from pre-orders and the first week of sales will be donated to Planned Parenthood. Preorder link here.
It was recorded and mixed by J. Robbins of Jawbox (who has also produced bands such as The Dismemberment Plan, Against Me!, Murder By Death, Modern Life Is War, Braid, and Shiner, among many others) at the Magpie Cage in Baltimore, Maryland. Mastered by Dan Coutant at Sunroom Audio in NY. Album artwork created by John Cox and layout by Kyle Pollard.
Pay To Live LP:
- L’appel du Vide
- Title Fight
- Pay to Live
- No Deeds
December 11- Brooklyn, NY @ Sunnyvale