Pardoner have shared “Rosemary’s Gone,” the third single off their highly anticipated new album Peace Loving People, out June 23rd via Bar/None Records. Featuring some of the band’s most accessible songwriting to date, “Rosemary’s Gone” pivots to unexpectedly lush, lovelorn vocal harmonies before snapping into guitar-centric chaos propelled by muscular, precise drumming. Lead vocalist Max Freeland calls it a “melancholy love song with a little paranoia thrown in.”
Across Peace Loving People, listeners can expect higher production value without losing grit, farther reaching arrangements, more dialed in rhythms, and even bigger head-bashing hooks- this is to say, the new album is the band’s best work to date. In a world with so many dark spots, Pardoner is a shining star. As a great man once said, “Music is the food of love”.
Listen to previous single “My Wagon” & watch the video for lead single “Are You Free Tonight?,” which highlight the bands dual nature, juxtaposing blistering hardcore and hooky indie rock. Tickets for the band’s North American headline tour are on sale HERE.
Photo Courtesy: Marisa Kriangwiwat Holmes