Rubblebucket's new album 'Survival Sounds' out now
Directed by Andrew William Ralph
Rubblebucket are fresh off performances at SXSW and a slew of dates throughout the west coast and midwest in support of their new album Survival Sounds, out now on Communion Records. As the band wrap up the current run of shows along the east coast this April, they are releasing the music video for their song "On The Ground". The beautiful video, animated and directed by Andrew William Ralph, explodes with color and otherworldly imagery, serving as an apt visual accompaniment to the Brooklyn band's eclectic yet inviting music.
Rubblebucket was formed after Kalmia Traver and Alex Toth met while attending The University of Vermont. Following graduation, the two were joined by Adam Dotson (trombone, euphonium, vocals), David Cole (drums) and Ian Hersey (electric guitar). Their recently released album Survival Sounds has been praised as "baroque pop of the extremely epic variety," by Noisey, and according to Spin, the band has won much deserved "notoriety by coalescing bright hooks with a complete disregard for genre convention."
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