Future Peers, “Madonna Trash”

Hailing from Toronto, rockers Future Peers are readying a new EP, I’m Sorry, which finds them sanding off some of their rougher edges in favor of a poppier leanings. That isn’t to say Future Peers have lost anything that made their previous releases so thrilling, if anything they’ve made a stride forward in expanding their art-punk palette.

Today, Impose Magazine is happy to host the exclusive premiere of the EP’s latest single, “Madonna Trash,” and its accompanying video. The searing, multi-faceted track artfully blends Future Peers’ newly refined approach bringing to mind a cross between The Killers and Talking Heads.

The video’s directors, Bill Allinson & Andy Friesen, share: “‘Madonna Trash’ explores the romanticism of placing faith on an idol of worship, and the bevy of conflicting emotions brought forth from expecting something in return. Filmed using mixed-techniques of live action, stop motion animation and digital effects, the video presents a dizzying kaleidoscope of both calming and confrontational imagery to examine this idea of blind faith.”

Watch Future Peers in “Madonna Trash” and catch them out on the road detailed below. The I’m Sorry EP is out November 2nd via Garment District Records.

Future Peers Tour Dates:

October 19th: Halifax, NS @ The Local (for Halifax Pop Explosion)
October 20th: Fredricton @ The Capitol (w/ Goodbye Honolulu)
October 27th: Montreal, QC @ The Diving Bell Social (w/ Le Trouble)
November 3rd: Guelph, ON @ Jimmy Jazz
November 8th: Toronto, ON @ Sneaky Dee’s (w/ Secret Sign, Zoo Owl)