Cognitive Dissonance by Library Card

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Rotterdam's up and coming band, Library Card, have hit the scene with a powerful new single, Cognitive Dissonance, paving the way for their eagerly anticipated debut EP, Nothing Interesting. The latest single is a rollercoaster of energy, shifting from the edgy tones of post punk to the speed and vibrancy of garage rock.

Library Card, formed in the summer of 2021, have absorbed influences from various sources, including Detroit post punk act Protomartyr, enigmatic Scottish art rockers Life Without Buildings, and the poetic works of Anne Clark.

It's clear that the band's formation during an uncertain period has left an indelible mark on their sound and art, influencing their urgent songwriting. Naturally, the outcome is an eclectic blend of sounds, and Cognitive Dissonance epitomizes the group's style.

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Cover art by Lot van Teylingen
Band photography by Ida Muhonen
Video directed by Kat Kalkman

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