Opus Kink continue their incorporation of punk and jazz into latest EP release ‘My Eyes, Brother!’
Following a collection of single releases, Opus Kink have built up a large following and show no sign of slowing down. ‘My Eyes, Brother!’ includes popular singles and fan favourites ‘Dust,’ ‘1 : 18,’ and ‘Children.’
Frontman Angus Rogers on the latest release:
“Our new EP ‘My Eyes, Brother!’ is a loose collection of dream and nightmare sequences. The narrators, proudly unreliable, don their various faces with much bad taste. The bad friend, serial progenitor, shame-wracked voluntary celibate and love-wracked ex-pimp are reading Ecclesiastes on Goodreads together. Their tummies are funny. They are asking themselves, as we ask our own selves: how to defecate up the walls, find our reflections in car windows, stop to tongue-kiss those reflections, run away in grief, break our teeth on a handrail, crawl home to a locked door and somehow still feel sexy?”
With new releases popping up all over the place, the Brighton sextet are currently on tour in the UK and set to play a host of festivals throughout the summer.
Summer Tour Dates:
23rd May – Village Underground, London
26th May – Bearded Theory Festival, Derby
27th May – Live At Leeds In The Park
27th May – Dot to Dot Festival, Bristol
28th May – Dot To Dot Festival, Nottingham
1st June – Bedford Esquires, Bedford
2nd June – Patterns, Brighton
9th June – Music Barn Festival, Kettering
10th June – Long Division Festival, Wakefield
21st July – Truck Festival, Oxford
11th August – Stockton, Ku Bar
16th August – Tunbridge Wells, Forum
17th August – Newport, Le Pub
18th August – Exeter, Cavern
19th August – Margate, Where else
20th August – St Albans, The Horn
Listen to the EP HERE.
Ticket information HERE.