The third and final single to be taken from Cindy’s new album ahead of its release on 1st Oct is out today. Karina Gill from the band offered some words about the meaning behind ‘Party Store’


“Party Store is about repetition — generation to generation and within a life. It’s also about the almost altar-like character of some corner store counters: the kid photos and signed dollar bills and lucky charms and out-dated notices and ancient advertisements and winning tickets. Around here, I call corner stores corner stores, but that sounded like a terrible name for a song. I’m from the East Coast where we called corner stores “bodegas”, which is also a terrible name for a song. So we went with the Midwestern American version, “party store”, and figured we could get away with it as Aaron is from Indiana.”


Record Store have also announced details of an exclusive pressing of 1:2 on grey rain vinyl, with a print designed by Peter Hurley from April Magazine signed by the band. Edition of 300. Full details here.


1:2 is out 1st October. Pre-order here.