Death & The Penguin announce themselves with their new single ‘Kill Saatchi’, the math rock monster which deals only in absolutes.

The single sees the band employ killer vocal harmonies and pop hooks juxtaposed against angular riffs and time signatures combining to create something interesting but accessible, and which never loses sight of the goal. 

The band have been out on a mega UK tour with close mates Only Echoes Remain to support the release, taking in Manchester, Birmingham & Brixton. You can still catch DATP in action though! Guildford on Nov 3rd is simply a must.


3rd Nov – The Star Inn – Guildford (w/ Only Echoes Remain)

The artwork, as with everything with this band, happens for a reason. For ‘Kill Saatchi’ it is taken from photographer Tom Brannigan’s ‘Resistance’ project, which he produced in collaboration with Guy Tarrant, a conceptual artist who has been collecting confiscated items from secondary school children in the greater London area for over a decade. They focused on schoolyard weapons – surprising, innovative, occasionally laughably tragic, and always chilling – the objects offer a unique insight into the minds of the British youth.

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