Published Sep 27, 2019Toronto's Kiwi Jr. have announced their plans to go worldwide with a reissue of their Mint Records debut album Football Money via Persona Non Grata Records this January 17. To celebrate, the band have shared a kooky new music video for the record's "Salary Man."
In a statement about the video, the band had this to say:
After the fall of civilized society, all that's left is a future rife with radioactive dogs and the remains of parties that never really took off. Clad in suit and tie and unable to part with their old routine, our hero wanders aimlessly through debris and clean up crews, searching for the remnants of something compelling and desirable.
Watch the video for "Salary Man" down below.
Football Money was released in Canada on March 29 via Mint Records. It was engineered Aaron Goldstein (Daniel Romano, City and Colour), and the album was mixed by Holy Fuck's Graham Walsh (Preoccupations, METZ), with additional instrumentation and production from Alec O'Hanley (Alvvays).
Kiwi Jr. are scheduled for a short run of Canadian tour dates this fall before heading to Europe and the U.S. Check out the full schedule below.
10/02 Ottawa, ON - The 27 Club *
10/03 London, ON - London Music Hall *
10/26 Toronto, ON - Monarch Tavern
12/27 Charlottetown, PEI - Sportsman's Club
01/27 Glasgow, Scotland, Hug & Pint
01/28 Manchester, UK, Gulliver's
01/29 London, UK, Waiting Room
03/13-15 New York, NY, New Colossus Festival
* with Thrush Hermit