NewsNovember 29, 2023 11:20 AM ET1,746 views

Planet B (Dead Cross, Deaf Club, Field Day) announce second album, share single

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Justin Pearson (Dead Cross, Deaf Club, The Locust), Luke Henshaw (Sonido de la Frontera), Kevin Avery (Field Day, Retox), and Scott Osment (Deaf Club, Glassing) united to form Planet B, driven by a common goal of crafting music that challenges convention in sound while delivering a thought-provoking message. Their sonic identity exists just beyond the boundaries of genre, drawing inspiration from hip hop, hardcore punk, turntablism, and 70s-80s horror movie scores. Simultaneously catchy, rhythmically intense, and eerie, their music defies easy categorization.

The band's eponymous debut LP featured collaborations with artists such as Kool Keith, Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeahs), Martin Atkins (ex-PiL, Killing Joke, Ministry, Pigface), K. Joseph Karam (The Locust), and Sonny Kay (The VSS, Angel Hair). Planet B has also released splits with electronic punk duo ADULT. and turntablist collective Invisibl Skratch Piklz

 

Luke Henshaw helmed the recording of Fiction Prediction, with Daniel Schlett handling the mixing and Brent Asbury overseeing the mastering. The album will be available on limited color vinyl in two variants: "Pig in a Python" pink and "Melanin of War" camouflage. Three One G is set to release the album on February 9th, 2024.

Pre-order Fiction Prediction here.

 

1. Dick On the Dance Floor
2. Clogged Sync (feat. Eric Livingston and Ethan Campa)
3. The Baader Review (feat. CrowJane)
4. The Bouquet (feat. D-Styles)
5. Terrible Purpose (feat. Ric Scales)
6. Horror Movie Called Civilization (feat. Tommy Meehan)
7. Filthy Suitcase 
8. Goals Gone Wild (feat. Tommy Meehan)
9. Rack More Brains (feat. Kent Osborne)
10. Unreal Estate (feat. David Scott Stone)
11. Let Me Explain This Again (feat. Josie Cotton and Gabe Serbian)

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