Boring Horror

by Gobble Gobble

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“Highly catchy.” – Pitchfork

“Coming at things with a different, more hyperactive angle.” – Stereogum

“Wicked.” – NME

“When you click play, you immediately know you’ve found something special, something unique.”
– Altered Zones

“One of the top five shows I’ve ever seen.” – CBC Radio 3

GOBBLE GOBBLE is a majestic and pulsating force drawing as much from the visceral and poetic indie rock of Pixies as the electronic production of Dan Deacon or Crystal Castles, while remaining entirely unclassifiable. These canadians have created a grass-roots movement with their "Mobile Rave Infinitour 2010" which lasted from June to November and saw them playing suburban gardens, private homes, small indie venues, as well as Pop Montreal and CMJ. Hundreds of blog posts by the likes of Stereogum and NME, a series of amazing singles, an appearance on deBonton's 2nd compilation, and a nomination by Pitchfork as "best new hope of 2011" have secured their position as poster children for the brave new pop scene. With Boring Horror they give their listeners not just the single by the same name, but also a b-side (Eat Sun, Son) and two other original bonus tracks (Seizure to the Metronome, Wrinklecarver [digital only]) as well as two remixes commissioned by deBonton to spice up the package. Generous, emotional, exciting, and completely avant-garde, GOBBLE GOBBLE is a hurricane of freshness for the audience and the listener.

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released March 7, 2011

Written, composed and produced by Cecil Frena. Licensed courtesy of Gobble Gobble.

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deBonton Paris, France

deBonton is a music label based in Paris. We seek to define a new standard for pop music. We think man and machine can work together to craft something emotionally true. We also love to dance. That's why we throw parties and help our artists perform in new and weird places. One of the things people usually notice about us is the artwork. That's because we strive to make it intriguing and personal. ... more

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