LISTEN: Vermont’s THUS LOVE Release New Track “Family Man”

Debut album, Memorial, comes out on Captured Tracks this fall

THUS LOVE (Image: Captured Tracks)

It has been a minute since Mike Sniper’s Captured Tracks label got caught on our radar. 

But the Vermont trio THUS LOVE is too good to ignore, a post-punk rose that sprang from the concrete of the Brattleboro streets. 

And Rock & Roll Globe is honored to share the video for the first single from their forthcoming album Memorial today on the site–the Bunnymen-esque “Family Man.”

“Family Man” single art (Image: Captured Tracks)

“’Family Man’ is a playful commentary on internalized capitalism and the mutual hardships of the working class in a binary world,” says the band. “This song hints at an inevitable systemic collapse relieving all anguish.”

Memorial comes out on Captured Tracks digitally October 7th, and physically November 11th. Support this incredible record label by getting this album on vinyl. 

THUS LOVE are Echo Mars (she/her), Lu Racine (he/him) and Nathaniel van Osdol (they/them).  Catch them live this fall. 

 

VIDEO: THUS LOVE “Family Man”

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