Miniboone share "Basic Song"

Ernest Jenning Record Co. have announced Bad Sports, the sophomore full-length from Brooklyn quartet Miniboone. To ring in the release, the group premiered new track “Basic Song” via Impose, who praised their “clever blend of upbeat witticisms… Miniboone allow the audience to realize their own triumphant song that lies hidden from within.” “Basic Song” is available to stream or embed HERE.
To record their second LP, Miniboone (Tony Aquilino – bass, Craig Barnes – guitar / keys, Drew St. Aubin – drums, and Doug Schrashun – guitar) retreated from the skyrocketing rents of New York’s inwardly advancing but still outer boroughs and decamped to an historic and reputedly haunted upstate manor with producer Travis Harrison (Built to Spill, Homosexuals, Dope Body). What they emerged with is an album that uses the thunder, fury, and layered vocal harmonies of classic rock’s latter day gods to draw attention to the absurdity of rock in 2015.
Bad Sports is the frantic chord changes and bilious sneer of vintage Elvis Costello beat over the head by the techno-beauty and IRL-disappointment of the 21st century, the booming right foot of John Bonham and the precisely twirled microphone of Roger Daltrey combining forces to smash a perfectly good smart phone.