New EP From Century Thief
Returning with a brand new EP is Canadian band Century Thief. With the band describing their sound as “…noisy and melodic, with a hint of salty nostalgia,” Century Thief also confess to being inspired by the likes of Broken Social Scene, Elliott Smith, Radiohead, and Wilco.
After their debut album ‘Reverie’ (2015) that was followed by the band’s first music video ‘Pillar’ (2016), in addition to numerous singles during 2017 and at the beginning of this year, Century Thief has compiled the recent single releases to make up the brand new EP ‘Deaf Beneath The Waves’ that is set for digital release 4th May 2018.
The first track to be issued from the forthcoming EP release is ‘406’ and can be heard at Famous Last Words (FLW)
In terms of the upcoming single release, Century Thief describe in their own words a few details regarding the current single ‘406’: “The EP’s new single ‘406’ is about trying to close the growing distance between two people in a failed relationship. It explores ideas of false hope and the harsh realities of a newfound loneliness, pulling at loose threads through selective memory.”
Prior to the EP release ‘Deaf Beneath The Waves’, Century Thief will go out on tour with a few live dates at the following venues in April 2018:
4/13 Ottawa, ON @ Pressed / RSVP
4/14 Montreal, QC @ The Bog / RSVP
4/18 Toronto, ON @ The Piston / RSVP
‘Deaf Beneath The Waves’ is released 4th May 2018