Educational art rock for animals. Stream of consciouness feeding a river of absurdity emptying into a sea of rock. Mood music for your nervous breakdown. The sountrack to your 5th cup of coffee. Songs that 10-year-olds sing along with in time signatures we can't even figure out. Party music for a mathematics symposium. The musical equivalent of a Disney movie about the effects of constitutional law on quantum mechanics. We do not reinforce what you already know. We do not fit a mood that you already have. We are an open assault on the indie snob scene.
Opposite Day's second CD features a sound congealed by performing together for 4 years and playing over 100 shows statewide. A near-relentless battery of artpop aggression, the new album features live favorites "Middle of the Street" and "Southeast Asia," alongside the American history punk of "Monroe Docrine" and the money-loving ballad "Where did it all go?" Recorded at Keith Harter Studios in San Antonio, the Firestation in San Marcos, Rekliner Records in Austin, and at home, we are excited about the high quality of this next installment in the Opposite Day catalogue of self-released recordings.