Brooklyn art punk royalty Bodega share “Jack in Titanic” from forthcoming album Endless Scroll, announce US tour dates

Brooklyn art punk royalty Bodega share “Jack in Titanic” from forthcoming album Endless Scroll, announce US tour dates
Photo: Mert Gafuroglu

You can’t always get what you want, but sometimes you get MUCH MORE than you need. Fans of the hot-as-eff art-punk combo Bodega should probably go spend a lot of loot on the lottos because their fave band is on a winning streak. Not only is their debut album coming out in just a few weeks, but the quintet recently released a new single AND has announced a whole lotta North American tour dates. Cha-ching!

Although many bands based in the five boroughs tend to get hyped more than, say, “Embarrass, Minnesota’s own…” would, Bodega’s buzz seems legitimately justified, with live shows reportedly being nothing short of “experiences” that get talked-about for months afterwards — and that lean and mean excitement level translates well on record.

Endless Scroll is out June 1 on CD, DL, LP, and a limited, teal-colored LP courtesy of the tasteful NYC imprint What’s Your Rupture and includes the latest single, “Jack in Titanic,” which can be seen and heard below.

The band is overseas now, about to play the Great Escape Festival and other shows in the UK and in Europe before heading back home to put on an Endless Scroll release party show on their home turf in Brooklyn. Then they begin a big North American tour (read: lots of U.S. dates plus Toronto).

In addition to the video for the “learned male behavior”-inspired “Jack in Titanic,” check out the Endless Scroll tracklisting and full schedule of live dates below, and head here to pre-order the album. Because, for Bodega, life is a gift; and they don’t plan on wasting it.

Endless Scroll tracklisting:

01. How Did This Happen?
02. Bodega Birth
03. Name Escape
04. Boxes for the Move
05. I Am Not a Cinephile
06. Can’t Knock the Hustle
07. Gyrate
08. Jack in Titanic
09. Margot
11. Warhol
12. Charlie
13. Williamsburg Bridge
14. Truth Is Not Punishment

The traveling Bodega:

05.16.18 - London, UK - The Lock Tavern
05.17.18 - Brighton, UK - Green Door Store, The Great Escape
05.18.18 - Brighton, UK - The Haunt, The Great Escape
05.19.18 - Leeds, UK - Brudenell Social Club, Gold Sounds Festival
05.20.18 - Glasgow, UK - The Poetry Club
05.22.18 - London UK - Electric Ballroom #
05.23.18 - London, UK - The Lexington $
05.25.18 - Leffinge, Belgium - De Zwerver
05.26.18 - Amsterdam, Netherlands - London Calling at Paradiso
05.27.18 - Brussels, Belgium - AB Club %
05.28.18 - Cologne, Germany - Sonic Ballroom
05.29.18 - Berlin, Germany - ACUD
06.01.18 - Brooklyn, NY - Sunnyvale ^
06.16.18 - Toronto, ON - The Rivoli
06.17.18 - Cleveland, OH - Beachland Tavern
06.18.18 - Detroit, MI - Marble Bar
06.19.18 - Chicago, IL - Empty Bottle
06.21.18 - Nashville, TN - The High Watt
06.22.18 - Bloomington, IN - The Bishop
06.23.18 - Lawrence, KS - Jackpot
06.24.18 - Iowa City, IA - The Mill
06.25.18 - St. Paul, MN - Turf Club
06.26.18 - Milwaukee, WI - The Cactus Club
06.27.18 - Columbus, OH - Used Kids Records
06.28.18 - Athens, OH - The Union
06.29.18 - Washington, DC - DC9
06.30.18 - Philadelphia, PA - Everybody Hits
07.10.18 - Manchester, UK - Soup Kitchen
07.11.18 - Birmingham, UK - The Sunflower Lounge
07.13.18 - Suffolk, UK - Latitude Festival
07.16.18 - Nijmegen, NL - Valkhof Festival
07.19.18 - Port Grimaud, France - Plage de Rock *
07.21.18 - Benicassim, Spain - Benicassim Festival

# Rolling Blackouts C.F.
$ Amyl and the Sniffers
% Moaning
^ Endless Scroll release party with Public Practice, Eaters, Pill (collaborative set), and DJ Mike Brandon
* Parquet Courts

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