Opus Kink have announced their new EP, ‘My Eyes, Brother!’

The band have also released a brand new single ‘Dust’.

Opus Kink have announced the upcoming release of their new EP ‘My Eyes, Brother!’ on 19th May via Nice Swan Records.

“Our new EP is a loose collection of dream and nightmare sequences,” the group said in a statement. “The narrators, proudly unreliable, don their various faces with much bad taste. The bad friend, serial progenitor, shame-wracked voluntary celibate and love-wracked ex-pimp are reading Ecclesiastes on Goodreads together. Their tummies are funny. They are asking themselves, as we ask our own selves: how to defecate up the walls, find our reflections in car windows, stop to tongue-kiss those reflections, run away in grief, break our teeth on a handrail, crawl home to a locked door and somehow still feel sexy?”

In addition to the news of their upcoming EP, the band have released a brand new single ‘Dust’. They said, “‘Dust’ was written during soundchecks on tour and finished in the studio, recorded live with few overdubs. It’s a nasty little song concocted of several recurring nightmares and a modish death-cult aesthetic, set to an apocalyptic rip-off backing built from Ian Dury, Chas & Dave and a splat of T-Rex.”

02 – Waterfront Studios, Norwich
03 – The Baths, Ipswich
04 – Trades Club,Hebden Bridge
05 – Black Prince, Northampton
06 – Boileroom, Guildford
08 – The Joiners, Southampton
09 – Esquires, Bedford
10 – Beam Me Up Festival, Lincoln
11 – Beam Me Up Festival, Oxford
12 – Ramsgate Music Hall, Ramsgate

08 – Stockton Calling, Stockton – on – Tees
09 – Tarantino Fest,Hull
26 – Trix, Antwerp, Belgium
28 – Supersonic, Paris
30 – Sound City Festival, Liverpool

04 – Focus Festival, Wrexham
19 – Band On The Wall, Manchester
20 – King Tuts, Glasgow
21 – ZEROX, Newcastle
23 – Village Underground, London
27 – Dot To Dot Festival, Bristol
27 – Live At Leeds In The Park
28 – Dot To Dot Festival, Nottingham

02 – Patterns, Brighton

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