We're happy to premiere Kermit Obert's first single “Take It Out,” the acoustic bedroom tune that reflects on bitter people and their inability to put their pent-up rage into something healthy so they “take it out on whoever’s around.”
Scenario: you’re on tour with your band and some gear gets stolen. Ok, you recover, it’s not the end of the world. You wake up a few days later to discover that this time almost all of your gear was stolen.
Her/their forthcoming debut album, secret princess, is the upshot of ten-plus years of personal growth, trials, errors and successes. In collaboration with Community Records and her/their own intuition and, NOVA ONE, whose hair is a muted peach bob against Raskin’s azalea-pink do, sings about love and loss in oscillating 60s-pop tones: hazy, dream-like and calmative.