Sing Bird of Prey

New Music Video: "Painted Bones" - Sing, Bird of Prey

Sing, Bird of Prey surprised us this year with their impressive debut full-length album, Crystal Embryo (Killer Tofu/Yam Yam). The band's futture seems bright; hopefully the demise of its members in the group's creepy new video for "Painted Bones" isn't a sign of things to come. It was created by Anthony Cundro Media with asistance from Michael Angelo Delmonico.

   

Sing, Bird of Prey LP Release Show at The Barbary Sept. 17

Philly indie rockers Sing, Bird of Prey have released their debut full-length Crystal Embryo digitally earlier this week. Produced by Kyle Pulley at The Headroom Philadelphia with additional engineering by Shane Woods, elements of psychedelia can be found woven throughout the album’s eleven tracks. “Wild Type” initially feels like a piano ballad before ultimately evolving into a full band opus, while “Microsatellite” follows adding rough, buzzy guitars and live-room drumming to the raw emotional vocals. The song structure and vocal processing evokes John Lennon’s later period Beatles work (White Album and beyond). You can catch Sing, Bird of Prey live tonight at The Barbary, along with Minka and Albondigas. The Barbary, 951 Frankford Ave., 7pm, $5-$7, 21+ - Dave Cromwell

   

New Track: "Diamond Marrow" - Sing, Bird of Prey

Sing, Bird of Prey masterfully takes us back in time with the band's new track, "Diamond Marrow." The wonderfully-crafted psych-pop/rock ditty is the first single off the group's upcoming LP, and it originally appeared on the Seagreen Records compilation Singles on Valentine's Day 2016 earlier this year. Sing, Bird of Prey's full-length album was recorded and produced by Kyle Pulley at Headroom Philadelphia.