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No Joy 'Can My Daughter See Me From Heaven'

No Joy have released their latest EP Can My Daughter See Me From Heaven. The album revisits four songs from Motherhood, rescoring them for an ensemble based on voice, cello, harp and horn. Additionally, the EP introduces a cover of Deftones’ “Teenager” from the classic 2000 album White Pony. On the latest EP, No Joy […]

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No Joy released their latest album Motherhood last year. The Montreal dream-pop band’s new EP Can My Daughter See Me From Heaven features four orchestral reimaginings of songs from that album along with a Deftones cover. And today, No Joy are sharing that Deftones cover, a shadowy, harp-assisted rendition of Deftones’ 2000 White Pony track “Teenager.”

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ONLINE FINDS ■ Joe Strummer’s annual birthday celebration is happening worldwide today on “A Song For Joe” with many guests and never-before-seen footage. It’s a benefit for #SaveOurStages via NIVA’s Emergency Relief Fund.  ■ Nathaniel Rateliff and Jon Batiste also performed a rendition of Sam & Dave’s “Hold On, I’m Coming” on “The Late Show […]

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No Joy’s first new album in 5 years, Motherhood, is out at the end of the month. We’ve heard three tracks from it already — “Birthmark,” “Nothing Will Hurt,” and “Four” — and today we’re getting a fourth. “Dream Rats” features vocals from Alissa White-Gluz, the current lead vocalist of the Swedish death metal band…

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No Joy are gearing up for the release of Motherhood, their first new album in five years. They’ve already shared early singles “Birthmark” and “Nothing Will Hurt.” And today they’re back with “Four,” which starts out with droning electric guitar, morphs into a chilled-out ’90s trip-hop throwback, and then closes out with a full-on explosion…

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Montreal shoegazers No Joy are returning in August with Motherhood, their first full-length album in five years. We’ve already heard one single, “Birthmark.” And today they’re sharing another, “Nothing Will Hurt,” which melds conspicuous slap bass with swirling aqueous synthpop. “The demo of this song started as a slow Industrial burner built on samples of […]

It’s one of music’s great paradoxes: No Joy inevitably leads to joy. The Montréal shoegazers had a sneaky-great run early last decade, but they haven’t released a proper album in five years, though they did kick out a series of EPs including collaborations with Sonic Boom and Jorge Elbrecht, who is now a member of […]