Loose Buttons announce debut LP, Something Better for 2/7 release

by Woody on November 20, 2019

NY four-piece, Loose Buttons are set to release their debut LP next Feb. IF you consider yourself a fan of White Reaper, I’d certainly check out the video below. Here is some info from the PR team.

Something Better follows Loose Buttons’ 2017 EP Sundays, which helped the band earn their first critical praise and play to larger crowds than ever, including sold-out hometown shows at 350-capacity Rough Trade and Baby’s All Right. On Something Better, the band continues to draws heavily on their New York music community, including contributions from Oberg and Ava Trilling of Forth Wanderers, who shares vocal duties on the song “Fell Into A Hole.” Much of the material on the record is rooted in lead singer Eric Nizgretsky’s experiences growing up as a first generation American in South Brooklyn, while also leaning on the songwriting partnership he first formed with guitarist Zack Kantor at 10 years old. Enhanced by the standout rhythm section of Adam Holtzberg (drums) and Manny Silverstein (bass), Something Better ultimately centers on the healing power of community, and a perpetual appreciation for the New York scene Loose Buttons was fostered in.

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