UPDATED: Listen: Conveyor preview new single, “Mukraker”

30 Dec

Fresh from their appearance in our list of great EPs from 2011, Brooklyn based Conveyor are already looking ahead and planning on grabbing 2012 by the scruff of the neck and making it their bitch.

To whet our appetite for the delights that are to come, they are currently streaming excellent new single, “Mukraker”, over at One Thirty bpm.

The track is another sonic gem; a wistful, shoegazey lament, peppered with warm lyrics and a soft but welcoming flurry of horns that tumble and cascade over the track as it swells delicately to its climax. Add in an AM radio sounding coda, and you are left with a big reason to be excited for the forthcoming full length debut from the band.

We might well be a little bit in love with Conveyor, and by the end of 2012, we hope you will be too.

“Mukraker” will be formally released as part of a split 7″ single with fellow Brooklyn outfit, Illuminator, and it will also be available on their Bandcamp page on 2 Jan.

UPDATE You can now stream the song directly, right here.

4 Responses to “UPDATED: Listen: Conveyor preview new single, “Mukraker””

  1. Postman Pat January 8, 2012 at 16:40 #

    Yeah i like these, heard their EP the other day.


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