(7" Limited to 500. Hand-numbered clear vinyl)
I'm Afraid of Everything is glimpse into the future of ...music video? that hearkens back to a time when recorded music could only be heard with a needle on a record and when a slow jam could break someone's heart. "I'm Afraid of Everything" is an all-out groove, where the alluring voice of Paul Jenkins and a hypnotic backbeat relax on a bed of noise, complete with guitars that shimmer with the reflected light of a disco ball. Comes with a download code for .wav or .mp3 versions of the tracks.
The second full-length release from ...music video? caught the attention of Robin Hilton of National Public Radio. He featured the track "Tonight" on the NPR show, Second Stage. Hilton introduced the track saying, "...music video? stands out in a crowded field of electro-pop groups with their strong sense of melody, flawless production and surprisingly fresh use of synths and samples." TV Has Wings showcases the band's ability to blur the line that separates noise from pop music.
Drawing from their early 2000's influences, the band's debut album Fireproof Your TV is a pleasant mixed bag of electronic pop and indie-rock. As the runner up for Tucson Weekly's album of the year, Fireproof Your TV possessed a unique and national appeal. This can be attributed to Paul Jenkins' grasp of a music scene much larger than Tucson's and Wes McCanse's natural ability to record and produce music at a pro-studio level in his home.