Me You Us Them

Me You Us Them

 New York City, New York, USA
BandAlternativeRock

The BK quartet’s full-length debut yields an imaginative marriage of the aggressive punk ethos with the haziness and distance of a dream. Often both comforting and haunting, the songs on “Post-Data” were woven from snarly guitar divebombs, eerily ethereal harmonies, and pounding rhythms.

Biography

Me You Us
Them creates a sound immediately familiar, while still complex and
multi-faceted. Crafting songs with a pop sensibility woven from wall
of sound guitars and a precise, driving rhythm section, Me You Us
Them is a band not to be pigeon-holed to one sound or genre.
To call the music pop would understate its gritty authenticity,
implying a glossy finish to a sound still unbridled. To call it
noise would downplay the attention to songwriting and melody.
Comparisons to indie rock royalty such as My Bloody Valentine and
Sonic Youth are natural, yet serve more as a reference point than
a definition of the sound.
Me You Us Them has just released "Post-Data", their debut full-length on
Triple Down Records. The CD is available in limited edition
hand silk-screened floppy disk packaging.
"Post-Data" is also available digitally worldwide.
MYUT has played with: School of Seven Bells, Future of the Left, Savoir Adore, Ringo Deathstarr, Active Child, Japanther, The Life and Times, Ume, Boom Boom Satellites, Zambri, The Prids, The Forms, Jeffrey Lewis, and many many more.