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Nap Eyes Share "Dull Me Line" via Noisey.

Nap Eyes Share “Dull Me Line” via Noisey.

Nap Eyes will release their third album, I’m Bad Now, on March 9th. After premiering the first single “Every Time the Feeling” with NPR Music, today the band shares the propulsive second single “Dull Me Line,” which Noisey describes as “marked by shimmering guitar chords and arguably the most instantly palatable chorus the band’s ever come up with.” Read Nigel’s reflections on songwriting in the accompanying interview.

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I'm Bad Now: New Year, New Nap Eyes.

I’m Bad Now: New Year, New Nap Eyes.

The acclaimed Canadians’ ambitious, allusive third album achieves a new sonic clarity, depth, and range to match the effortless melodies and extraordinary writing. It’s the band’s most transparent and personal set of songs to date, in which singer Nigel Chapman interrogates social, psychological, and spiritual milieus for clues about the elusive nature of knowledge. Pre-order I’m Bad Now (including a pink vinyl edition), watch the “Every Time the Feeling” lyric video via NPR Music, and catch them on tour.

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Nap Eyes: I'm Bad Now (PoB-033)

Nap Eyes: I’m Bad Now (PoB-033)

The acclaimed Canadians return with an ambitious, allusive third album that achieves a new sonic clarity, depth, and range to match the effortless melodies and extraordinary writing. It’s the band’s most transparent and personal set of songs to date, in which singer Nigel Chapman interrogates social, psychological, and spiritual milieus for clues about the elusive nature of knowledge.

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Spotify Playlists from the PoB Family.

Spotify Playlists from the PoB Family.

Attention friends! We have three excellent new entries into the pantheon of Paradise of Bachelors Spotify playlists: “Spring Shadows: Sounds and scenes for unpacking in the rain” by Nathan Bowles, “Nigel on the letter B”, by Nigel Chapman of Nap Eyes, and “Summer’s Hear: Songs & Tunes of Heat & Delight,” by none other than Jake Xerxes Fussell. Follow us on Spotify so you can stay updated on new PoB singles, artist playlists, and more.

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Nap Eyes Share "Roll It" Video Ahead of Tour with Car Seat Headrest.

Nap Eyes Share “Roll It” Video Ahead of Tour with Car Seat Headrest.

The Nap Eyes puppets are back! Take another trip through the microscope to the absurd inverted world of mad scientist Nigel and gang in the new video for “Roll It,” off Thought Rock Fish Scale, a sequel to the “Click Clack” video. The band is about to hit the road with Car Seat Headrest—check out the full US/CA tour dates herein.

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Nap Eyes Premiere "Your Samples, Our Obsession" for Our First 100 Days.

Nap Eyes Premiere “Your Samples, Our Obsession” for Our First 100 Days.

Our friends (and distributors) at the Secretly Group are assembling a durational 100-track compilation to benefit a variety of worthy organizations involved in the resistance against the current oppressive political regime in the U.S. Today, for Day 70, Nap Eyes has premiered “Your Samples, Our Obsession,” a recently rerecorded version of a favorite song from their infancy as a band. Check out Nigel singing in French!

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Mind Over Mirrors: Undying Color Release Day + Our First 100 Days.

Mind Over Mirrors: Undying Color Release Day + Our First 100 Days.

If you require a mind-expanding tonic to our national spell of ignorant, truculent insanity, the new Mind Over Mirrors album Undying Color is available today in your favorite record shops and online merchants, digital and physical alike. Listen, read critical acclaim for the album, learn about Secretly Group’s Our First 100 Days Project, and catch up on current and upcoming PoB tours.

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Summer/Fall Performance News: Hopscotch, Southern Accent, Tours, and More.

Summer/Fall Performance News: Hopscotch, Southern Accent, Tours, and More.

News about the release show for Nathan Bowles’ Whole & Cloven at the Center for the Study of the American South, as well as PoB artists at the Hopscotch Music Festival, the Southern Accent exhibition at the Nasher Museum of Art, and tour date updates from Hiss Golden Messenger, Itasca, Jake Xerxes Fussell, Nap Eyes, Promised Land Sound, Steve Gunn, and Terry Allen.

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Nap Eyes Blind Themselves with Science in the "Click Clack" Video.

Nap Eyes Blind Themselves with Science in the “Click Clack” Video.

Brooklyn Vegan is premiering the hilarious new video for Nap Eyes’ “Click Clack” from Thought Rock Fish Scale, which features some Weird Science meets Paul McCarthy meets the Muppets meets Vincent Price vibes. Puppets enhanced by science! Catch the Polaris Music Prize-nominated band on tour with Guided by Voices, Steve Gunn, and Big Thief.

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Terry Allen's Juarez Out Today | Terry Allen Tamale T-Shirts | Sale + Other News.

Terry Allen’s Juarez Out Today | Terry Allen Tamale T-Shirts | Sale + Other News.

We’re thrilled to be releasing one of our favorite records of all time today, Terry Allen’s 1975 masterpiece Juarez. Happy release day, and a deep thank you, to Terry. In celebration, we’re proud to present the Terry Allen Tamale T-Shirt—as far as we know the only item of its kind—as well as a sale on some older reissues.

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PoB Spring/Summer Tour Update.

PoB Spring/Summer Tour Update.

As we bask in the new Spring and look ahead to the oncoming Summer, we’d like call your attention to the many chances you’ll have to see some of our artist’s road-dogging it through a town near you. We’d also like to take a moment to extend our warmest thanks to The American Association of Independent Music (A2IM) for nominating us as 2016 Label of the Year. We’re blushing.

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PoB Artists at SXSW 2016.

PoB Artists at SXSW 2016.

The behemoth known as SXSW is almost upon us, and several PoB artists will be joining the melee, including rare appearances by Lavender Country, both live onstage (with some special guests sitting in) and at festival world premiere screenings of the new documentary short These C*cksucking Tears. The Weather Station and Nap Eyes will also each be playing several shows.

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