Selfish Things displays their unique and fascinating approach on new album

Beginning with the bouncy and futuristic “Flood,” Toronto quartet Selfish Things hit hard with their debut LP for Pure Noise Records entitled Logos, due for release on September 20, 2019.  The energy of the release does not stop following the opening track as “Blood,” featuring Andy Leo of Crown the Empire, further illustrates the unique and fascinating approach that Selfish Things take to their art.

Pure Noise Records may have initially become known at its beginning for their excellent pop punk releases, yet Logos is another in the long line of indications that the label has diversified its sound as a whole over the last number of years.  The album is obviously authentic and communicates what, for Selfish Things, comes from the heart.

Underoath’s Spencer Chamberlain guests on the weighty “Torn,” while Ryan Key of Yellowcard provides support on pre-release single “Drained.”  Taking their name from the lyrics of “23” by Jimmy Eat World, Selfish Things manage to exquisitely display the influence of these forerunners while also creating their own particular sound.

In celebration of Logos’ release, Selfish Things will hit the road during the fall and winter of 2019, first in support of Don Broco followed by support of labelmates Boston ManorLogos continues to highlight the talent north of the border, of which Selfish Things is a shining example.

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TAGS: Selfish Things | Pure Noise Records | Crown The Empire | Don Broco | Boston Manor 

Dan Bowyer

Twitter: @DanSpinThoughts

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