Watch: Motherhood’s New Video for “Bird Chirp”
On January 14th, the matriarch of Fredericton avant-rock dropped a new video for their song “Bird Chirp“, and officially announced the release date of their anticipated upcoming album. On March 1st, Motherhood will release Dear Bongo, a brand new composition featuring nine tracks produced by Kyle Cunjak & Motherhood, recorded by Corey Bonnevie (Monopolized, Saint John) mixed by Jay Crocker (Prism ship, Crousetown) and mastered by Bryan Martin (Sonosphere, Montreal).
“Bird Chirp” follows the video for “Pick of the Pugs“, the premiere preview from Dear Bongo that was teased in the Fall of 2018.
Dear Bongo will have a limited run of 300 coloured LP’s via Forward Music Group. Pre-orders are available here.
Upcoming Motherhood dates:
March 1 | Album Release Show | w/ The Brood + Construction & Deconstruction |Charlotte Street Arts Centre | Fredericton, NB
March 2 | Album Release Show | w/ The Brood + Klackers | The Caveau | Moncton, NB
March 7 | The New Colossus Festival | New York, NY
March 20 | Treefort Music Festival | Boise, ID
April 8 | The Phoenix510 | Hazen Park, MI
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