NewsAugust 14, 2023 2:19 PM ET1,524 views

Thoughtcrimes release new single "Natural Imprudence", share music video


Tom Flynn

Official press release:

Long Island, New York- thoughtcrimes have announced new single "Natural Imprudence", their first single since 2022's debut album Altered Pasts out now on Pure Noise Records.

"Natural Imprudence" is a sarcastic dig at how we continuously acquiesce to the ever-growing automation. 

Vocalist Rick Pepa shared the following:

Interestingly, Billy had came up with a visual concept and title that had all these unintended parallels to what I was writing before we showed each other our cards so to speak. It was exciting to have an almost accidental continuity bringing the new material together. Lyrically, it takes a tongue-in-cheek approach to processing the anxieties of an uncertain future and society by calling it out and challenging it.

Drummer Billy Rhmer added:

The initial inspiration came about with a conversation Russ and I had about HM-2 distortion. He then brought his Evil Ned pedal to my place and we made a demo. This is probably the fastest we have written and released a track. We are all excited to share something that is still fresh even to us.

8/17 Syracuse, NY @ The Song & Dance
8/18 Pittsburgh, PA @ Preserving Underground
8/19 Detroit, MI @ Sanctuary
8/20 Chicago, IL @ Subterranean
8/22 Kansas City, MO @ Encore
8/23 Oklahoma City, OK @ 89th St Collective
8/24 Dallas, TX @ Three Links
8/25 San Antonio, TX @ Paper Tiger
8/26 Austin, TX @ The Ballroom
8/27 Houston, TX @ White Oak
8/29 Birmingham, AL @ Trimtab Brewing
8/30 Atlanta, GA @ Vinyl
8/31 Columbia, SC @ New Brookland Tavern
9/01 Virginia Beach, VA @ Riffhouse Pub
9/02 Teaneck, NJ @ Debonair Music Hall

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