Living Room “Mauve Frame” Video Premiere
Photo Credit: Josh Lee
Following the release of their single “Petrol Head“, Brooklyn emo outfit Living Room is back with a follow-up titled “Mauve Frame.” With reverb soaked guitars and plenty of distortion, “Mauve Frame” is a reflection on a love/hate relationship with art. “In this tune, I’m commenting on the dichotomy between enjoying art for art’s sake and hating it because of how it has destroyed my posture.” – Scott Fitzpatrick. With the help of director Brendan McKnight, Living Room put together a music video for “Mauve Frame” that is premiering now at Under the Radar Magazine. For the last decade, the band has released thoughtful and precise music that blends emo, shoegaze, and post-punk. Their upcoming album, New Years, is a culmination of years of playing together and the comfort that comes with that. “Mauve Frame” will be available on digital platforms on Friday, April 29th. New Years will be released by Brooklyn indie label, Fear Icon Records, on June 10th, 2022. Digital preorders are available now.
Living Room is a quartet from Brooklyn, NY that is anchored by a decade-long friendship between their members. Influenced by late ’90s and early aught acts, Living Room injects a distinctly fresh perspective, heaviness, and mysticism to their brand of emo, shoegaze, and post-punk. Their discography displays their evolving and precise musicianship with lyrics that reflect the complexity, vicissitude, and euphoria of life.
FFO: Thursday, Fiddlehead, Balance and Composure, La Dispute, The Sidekicks
Scott Fitzpatrick – Guitar/Vocals
John Nicholls – Guitar/Vocals
Kevin Dobbins – Bass
Fred Trumpy – Drums
Produced & mixed by Gary Cioni at Sound Acres Studios
Mastered by Mike Kalajian at Rogue Planet Mastering
Jon Murphy & Kendall Garrett