Today is a good day. In related news Cheekface just dropped a new track. It’s called ‘No Connection’ and you can stream it below. Unsurprisingly, the lyrical content of the song relies on the emotional intelligence as much as the book-smarts of the listener. Is ‘No Connection’ a disclaiming statement designed to separate internal reaction…
Cheekface, Cheekface, Cheekface. Here we are again as the trio of Greg Katz, Amanda Tannen and Mark Edwards return with another song that knowingly smiles at the bitter-sweet stuff of life. ‘Wedding Guests’ speaks perfectly to the experience of the time we spend between delivery room and funeral home. Lyrically, Katz cracks funnies to express…
Cheekface is a band that appears to have no concern for winning. They simply want to play a beautiful game. The paradox, of course, is that by playing a beautiful game they win. In that regard Therapy Island is a flawless victory.
Fuck you, Cheekface, and your fucking perfect song. Other people should try and write songs as timely as this ‘Here I Was’ because it’s this kind of beauty..
There’s a freshness; a clarity of vision about A Place To Wash My Hands, that demands attention, and volume, and maybe even some new dance moves.
S.T.O.P. B.E.L.I.E.V.I.N.G. – just the kind of natural poetry that makes Cheekface the least contrived, most compelling noisemakers.
A line like this, a device like this, a track like this, makes Cheekface one of the most interesting, moving bands we can dance to, or eat donuts with.
Cheekface Interview: Greg Katz On Lyrical Intent, Late Capitalism, And Cowbell
Cheekface first danced into our company wearing soft shoes, and rolling back the carpet with their anthemlike track “Glendale”. Over here at popbollocks we loved that song, probably too much. We would attend parties, and say shit like “Hello, our name is popbollocks, and we love this song called “Glendale” and it’s important that you…
“Glendale” is the name of a single from a band called Cheekface. Glendale is also a city in the county of Los Angeles, California. You’ve probably already sort-of heard about the city, so let’s talk about the song for a bit.