Out May 12
Despite the backlash our last article on Wore received, we carry on. Bands break up, feelings get hurt, rumors get started. We understand that, but for fuck's sake, don't attack us because we're supporting a band.
Anyway, Wore, formerly Novelty, have completely rebranded, changing the new and sonic direction of their music. Not too long ago they released their first single "Bleached."
Now, with a second track finished, the band is ready to release them together on their debut EP Different Houses. The full EP will be officially released via Darth Fader Records on May 12, 2017. Both songs were mixed and mastered by Mat Kerekes of Citizen. The cassette is limited to 100 copies and has been available for preorder along with a T-shirt since the single was released.
As you hear in 'Bleached,' Wore's sound is much different than their previous project. Influenced by bands like Title Fight and Basement, Wore's sound is almost... gritty, instead of punk. In my opinion, though, Wore most cloesly resemble Can't Swim, a New Jersey band that has quickly found success over the last year.
Make sure you pick up a copy, as they are limited to 100 and pre-orders have already decimated the supply.