Tuesday, September 20, 2011

Radiation City Gets Personal with Second Single "Park," Paste Offers Exclusive First Listen of Debut LP "The Hands That Take You"

  Radiation City Gets Personal with Second Single "Park"

 Paste Offers Exclusive First Listen of The Hands That Take You
"Lizzy Ellison's clear-blue voice...that's the real selling point" - The L Magazine

"Super dreamy...some of the most pleasing music of the last few decades thoughtfully time-warped into a fresh new tune." My Old Kentucky Blog
"Radiation City unapologetically tap several tried indie-band descriptives -- sunny, 60s, dreamy, etc. -- and succeed in carving out their own compelling sound" - Death + Taxes  
Stream "Park" at MTV Hive  and Download "The Color of Industry" at Tender Loving Empire      

Portland-based dream-pop group Radiation City has debuted the second single, "Park," off their forthcoming full-length debut, The Hands That Take You, with Tender Loving Empire (Typhoon, Loch Lomond). Paste is hosting an exclusive full-length preview of the band's 60's girl-group-inspired album in advance of its release date on September 27th. The band recently wrapped up their first ever coast to coast tour, including two energetic, packed-to-the-gills nights in NYC highlighted in a segment by local news affiliate NY1, and a recent sold-out performance in LA with Dale Earnhardt Jr. Jr. 
Cameron Spies [guitar/vocals] revealed his personal sentiment behind the single (which was also featured on Baeble's most recent mixtape) explaining, "['Park'] was conceived just after I first met Lizzy [Ellison, the band's co-founder and keyboardist]. "I was still living down in San Francisco, and she was living in Portland. The song was simultaneously a lament about the distance between us and excitement about knowing her."
Radiation City is scheduled to return to New York in October for this year's CMJ Music Marathon.
Radiation City Live
9.24 - Portland, OR - Doug Fir (CD release show)
10.18- 22 - New York, NY - CMJ Music Marathon

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