Credit Electric’s single “House of Cancer” gets adorned with a new video this week. The San Francisco band quickly follows up their 2022 album, out of love in the face of a shadow, with this autumn’s Six. The album ponders the number, its constant resurgence in nature, instrumentation, religion, and culture. Album opener, “House of Cancer” mulls loss and loneliness, rolling them around in the brain before somewhat settling into a resigned air. The song skips along on an electric pulse, driven by Evan Hiller’s plaintive pedal steel, Judith Horn’s flanneled sax, and Ryan LoPilato’s sighed vocal delivery. Check out the autumnal video for the cut above and keep an eye out October 20th for the new album from Royal Oakie and Credit Electrical Union.
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