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Cursive share new single & video for "Botch Job"

New album Devourer out 9/13

Today Cursive have shared their new single “Botch Job,” the propulsive opener of their forthcoming album, Devourer. An ear-quaking, catchy banger that rips through its 2:47 runtime, the song is accompanied by a video from director Travis Stevens (A Wounded Fawn, Jakob’s Wife, Girl On The Third Floor); it’s the second in the band’s series of horror-themed clips following lead single “Up and Away,” directed by Brea Grant (12 Hour Shift, Torn Hearts). “‘Botch Job’ is a rumination on what one has done with this life and those unfulfilling feelings that may accompany such thoughts. At this point, I don’t care to know what damage my body has incurred from years of abuse,” explains singer/guitarist Tim Kasher. “It’s those anxiety-fueled gremlins keeping you restless in the dead of night, but put to song.” Devourer, out September 13th, is now available for preorder.

Cursive, who will perform September 20th at Riot Fest, will embark on their fall U.S. run in support of Devourer on October 18th in hometown Omaha, NE. A current itinerary is below.