The always-prolific Mike Kinsella (of American Football, Owen, Owls, Cap’n Jazz, Joan of Arc, Their/They’re/There, and more) has yet another new band, Lies, which is a collaboration with his cousin Nate Kinsella, who’s currently in American Football and also leads the project Birthmark (and has played in various other bands over the years). Along with the announcement of the project comes Lies I, a two-song single that’s out now on Polyvinyl featuring the songs “Blemishes” and “Echoes.” The former is fueled by a glitchy art pop backdrop, while the latter combines soaring, post-rocky American Football-style instrumentals with ’80s pop elements like a smooth sax solo and gated drums, and Mike’s voice sounds as simultaneously comforting and devastating as ever. Listen to both below.
Lies also launched a website and a hotline (at 1-888-290-LIES), and as Pitchfork points out, the website lists five roman numerals, which maybe means Lies I is the first of five releases. Stay tuned to find out.
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Donald Trump’s last speech as President on January 20 might have brought relief to many of his critics, but a lot of them couldn’t help but notice that one person was missing. His wife Melania was there, as were his four oldest kids, but youngest son Barron was nowhere to be found. Had they left him in the house and forgotten him? Was he already chilling on the plane? Had he disappeared like Chuck on Happy Days?
It wasn’t the first function that Barron was left out of either, which led to a lot of jokes and also some genuine concern on social media. Let’s take a look at why you rarely saw Barron during Donald Trump’s presidency.
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