Brooklyn band Rubblebucket, known for their danceable tunes and uproarious live performances, hasn’t exactly been silent since 2011’s Omega La LA. The band released a follow-up EP, Oversaturated, late last year and now returns with another EP, Save Charlie. The release consists of seven new tracks, but that’s not all the band has been composing in these past few months.
“This year marks the first time in our ‘bandship’ not touring full-time,” says bandleader and trumpet player Alex Toth. “We’ve fleshed out more songs in the past six months than we have in 4 years.”
Save Charlie is a way for fans to look at what’s to come from the band.
“The songs on our Save Charlie EP are a little taste of the fruits of this greater full-length writing process,” said Toth. “While there’s been some big obstacles to overcome this year we are more grateful than ever to be a band and do what we do.”
Stream Save Charlie in its entirety in the player below before its release on Oct. 1.