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There’s Nothing “quite like love” According To cumgirl8

Stand-alone single “quite like love” by Manhattan four-piece cumgirl8 arrives following of a string of recent US headline shows and support dates with L7 and Le Tigre (Montreal + Toronto). Lauded by Paper Mag as “that rare act that melds the sweat of performance with the immediacy of a headphones-on experience,” cumgirl8 further proves their infectious nature with this new track, a throbbing, late night overture to twisted romance. With an unsettling, industrial air, here, the band touch close to Cabaret Voltaire in the style of “gothic pop and scuzzy dance-punk studded with horny prose” [Pitchfork]. Watch the visualizer for the new track, below:

Earlier this year, cumgirl8 shared another stand-alone track entitled “glasshour.” Praised by the likes of PAPER Magazine, The FADER, Post-Punk, and Brooklyn Vegan, it’s release showcased all that’s exciting and unique about cumgirl8 via jarring electro-punk flourishes, industrial sludge, and an irrepressible hook tying it all together. Both new stand-alone singles serve as a preview for the group’s upcoming debut record (due later this year), a follow-up to last year’s EP release, phantasea pharm (their debut with 4AD). More details to come.