ERRORR - Servant (Purple Vinyl - Acid Test / Little Cloud Records) - 14 Left
We are pleased to announce that Berlin-based noise-pop outfit Errorr will joining the Little Cloud Records roster with the vinyl release of their debut EP, “Servant”!
Vinyl preorders will be LIVE tomorrow via @littlecloudrecords (USA) / Anomic Records (EU) and The Acid Test Recordings (UK)!
Pressed on a stunning purple vinyl variant; the album now includes three unreleased bonus tracks making it 10 tracks in total! 🤘
Errorr has already seen wide acclaim and founder and lead singer Leonard Kaage is also known as the guitar player of The Underground Youth, but also for his work with bands like The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Holy Motors , The Blue Angel Lounge and many more!
Errorr was started by Leonard Kaage, who took the opportunity to start creating on a blank canvas with his own instrumentation, production and arrangement in 2019.The first demos were developed in his studio, whenever he found time between recording jobs and tours in Europe, Asia and the US. After a few months the characteristic sound of Errorr found its shape: Loud guitars and fuzz bass supported by catchy drum beats. Leonard's soft voice cuts through the mighty 'Wall of Sound' and transforms beautiful 'noise' into pop.
The Swedish multi-instrumentalist is also known as the producer and guitar player of The Underground youth and has worked with numerous other bands like The Brian Jonestown Massacre, Holy Motors, Kristof Hahn (SWANS), Tracy Bryant, Tess Parks, The Blue Angel Lounge and many more.
With Nick Mangione, Andre Leo (Medicine Boy, Wombed) and Adriano Redoglia joining him on Bass, Guitar and drums, the band has now developed into a 4-piece that incorporates a wide range of rock genres including noise-, post-punk and shoegaze elements and is inspired by a lot of great rock bands of the early 90s. Avant-Garde bands like Sonic Youth, The Jesus and Mary Chain and My Bloody Valentine are seen as pioneers in their raw and honest interpretation of rock'n'roll and punk rock.