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Future Generations

Future Generations announce new album + talk about gear on Delicious Audio

After the initial warped drum beat, it only takes 8 seconds for Future Generations to kick in to full alt-pop shine on new single “All The Same.” The track is the first from the Brooklyn group’s newly announced sophomore album, Landscape, out September 13 via Frenchkiss Records. “All The Same” moves Future Generation’s sleek alt-pop into more synth and electronics heavy sounds than the band’s 2016 self-titled full-length. The highlight of the song comes in the form of a arpeggiated synth melody that floats the chorus. Listen to “All The Same” below. – Cameron Carr

Read this interview about gear with Future Generations on Delicious Audio.

Future Generations premiere “One More Problem” video, play Rough Trade 12.03

It’s hard to act like you’re not enjoying yourself when you’re listening to Future Generations. The New York quintet’s dancey alt-pop bounces constantly with hooks and radio-leaning production. However, in the new video for “One More Problem” (directed by Joe Adcroft), frontman Eddie Gore somehow seems to not be enjoying himself. It might have something to do with his bandmates tying him up and playing their instruments while circling him at an uncomfortably close distance. He comes around eventually.

If you haven’t listened to the group’s 2016 self-titled debut you’ve been missing out. It’s a joyous celebration of guitar rock meets electro pop. “One More Problem,” released in July of this year, is the first glimpse of the band since that Frenchkiss Records debut and their first written entirely as a group. In some ways it’s more of the same, but even larger and shinier. The drums are larger than life, the guitars and synths flurry together in the background, and Gore spits lyrics with youthful charm and energy.

Future Generations is currently in studio with producer Justin Gerrish (Vampire Weekend) completing their second album for Frenchkiss, but you can catch them live December 3rd at Rough Trade with Modern Diet. – Cameron Carr


Future Generations release single “One More Problem” + head out on tour

Inspired by their first time at SXSW, Brooklyn-based quintet Future Generations wrote the melodic, guitar-driven single “One More Problem” (streaming below). The use of a catchy hook and a dynamic, fast-paced chorus with a semi-electronic production could be compared to indie pop stars like Walk the Moon. This single is notable for the band because it is the first to be written collectively by the five members and its release is also providing momentum for their brief tour. Starting in Chicago, the northeast circuit ends with a show at Brooklyn’s own Knitting Factory on August 5th. -Lilly Milman, photo by Nico Schinco 

Future Generations release debut album, play Baby's All Right 11.14

After releasing their debut, self-titled album under local label Frenchkiss, on November 14, NYC's Future Generations will be bringing their vaguely epic indie pop to Baby's All Right. Off their record, single "Thunder In The City" presents a sonic landscape that intertwines a feel-good upbeat mood with a melancholic ambience, reminiscent of bands like Two Door Cinema Club and Passion Pit. The dream-like, faded vocal presence, combined with sorrowful abstract lyrical content, creates an overall atmosphere of both sadness and relief. Take a listen down below and also check out the video for their breakout single 'Stars'. - Ashley Muniz


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