The Story Behind Every Song On Priests’ New Album The Seduction Of Kansas

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Priests-The-Seduction-Of-KansasIn the beginning of 2017, Priests released their debut album Nothing Feels Natural. It was a long-awaited confirmation that this was one of the most exciting young rock bands of our time, and it wound up ranking towards the top of our list of the best albums of that year. Just under two … More »

Priests – “Jesus’ Son” Video

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Priests’ sophomore album, The Seduction Of Kansas, comes out at the end of the week. The Washington, DC band has shared two singles from it so far, its title track and “Good Time Charlie,” and today they’re putting a third and final track before its release. “Jesus’ Son” opens the album, … More »

Artist Portraits From Stereogum Range Life 2019

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bbymuthaStereogum is in Texas for SXSW right now, and on Tuesday and Wednesday, we played host to an unofficial day party showcase at Cheer Up Charlies in downtown Austin. We know how to throw a party, and we got both established names and exciting up-and-comers, many of them pulled from our own BandMore »

Stereogum Range Life 2019 Recap: 2 Days, 24 Bands, 500 Packs Of Gum

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Charly BlissStereogum returned to Texas in full force this year for Stereogum Range Life 2019, throwing a two-day day party in downtown Austin during the SXSW festivities. We took over the indoor and outdoor stages of Cheer Up Charlies on Tuesday and Wednesday, helping to get the week off to a strong … More »

Priests – “Good Time Charlie”

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Last month, Priests announced their sophomore album, The Seduction Of Kansas, with its title track, which pushed the band’s sound in an exciting, dance-y new direction. The album’s second single, “Good Time Charlie,” is more in line with what you’d expect from the Washington, DC-based band after Nothing Feels Natural, returning … More »

Gauche – “Conspiracy Theories” Video

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GaucheGauche are a Washington, DC-based band that includes members of Downtown Boys and Priests. They released their debut tape, Get Away With Gauche, back in 2015, and today they’re back with a new single, “Conspiracy Theories,” that’s being released via Merge Records. (They’ll put out their full-length later this year.) … More »

Priests – “The Seduction Of Kansas” Video

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Priests-The-Seduction-Of-Kansas-VideoTwo years ago, the DC punk outfit Priests released their debut album Nothing Feels Natural. The group had already generated buzz with cassettes and a 2014 EP release, but the album confirmed it: This was a fiery young band that demanded our attention. We later ranked Nothing Feels Natural as one of the … More »

Watch Priests Cover “Christmas Wrapping” At A 3rd Stereogum Christmas Show

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Last week, a few hundred of us came out to hang out with us at our third annual Stereogum Christmas Show, and it fucking ruled. Priests, Empath, and Nervous Dater all played, and they all sounded titanic. As someone who spent seven hours on a train coming up to the show, … More »

A 3rd Stereogum Christmas Show Is Coming

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Stereogum Christmas Show 2018We’re excited to announce that A 3rd Stereogum Christmas Show will take place at Baby’s All Right in Brooklyn on Thursday, 12/6. This year’s show will be headlined by Priests, with Empath and Nervous Dater opening. All three acts have been (or, cough, will be) featured on our annual … More »

Katie Alice Greer Shares New Solo Songs

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Katie Alice GreerPriests’ Katie Alice Greer has shared some new material under her solo moniker K A G. There’s a 5-track EP called FREAKY 57, consisting of some home recordings, and a new song called “Danger Ahead” that’s backed by a cover of Electric Light Orchestra’s “Turn To Stone,” off their 1977 album Out Of … More »