Cream Vinyl w/ screenprinted b-side limited to 200
McCafferty are back with a new EP! After releasing BeachBoy back in 2014 we're really happy to see the band back with new music.
Ohio's McCafferty began as most good earworms should: melodies looped into and blended with pop-rock backbeats, a knack for urgent relatability, and a dedication to capturing a universal feeling. The duo quickly amassed an Internet following obsessed with documenting every move the band made across their early material. The chase became harder to continue when the band dissolved as quickly and feverishly as they formed – until the Web gave the band, now college graduates, reason to fine-tune their formula.
The result, originally backed by a GoFundMe campaign that reached its goal seven times, is Thanks. Sorry. Sure. The roots of the two-piece remain intact, sampling voicemails, friends’ drunken shouts, and even the 2000s Britpop band Keane to create a familiar, comfortable baseline. But, the caffeine shot through McCafferty’s first run gets replaced by a darker vice for their second wind, shocking the arrangements – now the work of a four-piece – with a forced inward gaze. Hopefully, there’s no more breaks in the action, just more to rally around.
1. Trailer Trash
2. Cut Out The Pieces
3. Daddy Long Legs”
6. Dead Bird II
500 - Pink w/ Green and Cream splatter
300- Half Green Half Cream