The Black Black are a Brooklyn punk band in transition. Previously known for their heavy punk sound, the band’s groove-loving tendencies have pushed things so far that they’ve landed closer to the fast-paced, high-energy, post-punk dance party territory typically occupied by the Brooklyn band’s of the early 00’s (Radio 4, Liars, The Rapture, etc). The band stopped by Serious Business Music in Brooklyn to share a look at some of their fiery new tunes in this session.
The Black Black will be releasing a new album in late 2018.
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