The Neighborhood released their debut album I Love You. less than a month ago, yet it's clear their creative juices are still flowing. In May, they liberated the mellow jaunt "West Coast," and today we're premiering their latest cut, "No Grey."
With crisp drums and a piercing melody setting the scene, The Neighbourhood's lead vocalist Jesse Rutherford delivers sharp rhymes, "I was broke, now there's money in my jeans." A fitting tribute to their flourishing careers thus far. Also found below is The 1975's new record, "Milk."
To celebrate their very first national headline run, The Neighbourhood is releasing three limited split 7" singles that will feature new material from the band and their supporting acts, Lovelife, The 1975, and JMSN. The singles will only be available at the shows. The Neighbourhood can be found in a city near you.
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