Album artwork for Rock Pool EP by Cate Le Bon

Bonus! With the new Cate Le Bon not long gone, here's four candles not placed on the original Crab Day cake for you to hear as the titular holiday comes round once again. Produced by Noah Georgeson and Josiah Steinbrick, and featuring musicians H. Hawkline, Stephen Black and Stella Mozgawa, "Rock Pool" spins and swirls the waters with carnival pop, synth, drone and dance, all beamed along the pan-electric ray of Cate's immutable blank stare. Short-and-sweet-play fun of a highly ambiguous nature.

Reissue of Cate Le Bon’s 2016 4 track EP recorded during the sessions for her Crab Day album originally released on Drag City.

The EP is now available as limited editions of 500 copies each on black and yellow vinyl.

Cate Le Bon self-described the recordings as “Rock Pool is the killed darlings from the Crab Day sessions brought back to life on a classic 2-2 formation. Written under the same banner of the impossibly absurd and emerging to unimaginable bedlam."

Cate Le Bon

Rock Pool EP

Drag City
Album artwork for Rock Pool EP by Cate Le Bon
12" +

$26.99

Yellow
Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

LP-AMPL-006IE

Cate Le Bon

Rock Pool EP

Drag City
Album artwork for Rock Pool EP by Cate Le Bon
12" +

$26.99

Yellow
Released 09/15/2023Catalog Number

LP-AMPL-006IE

Bonus! With the new Cate Le Bon not long gone, here's four candles not placed on the original Crab Day cake for you to hear as the titular holiday comes round once again. Produced by Noah Georgeson and Josiah Steinbrick, and featuring musicians H. Hawkline, Stephen Black and Stella Mozgawa, "Rock Pool" spins and swirls the waters with carnival pop, synth, drone and dance, all beamed along the pan-electric ray of Cate's immutable blank stare. Short-and-sweet-play fun of a highly ambiguous nature.

Reissue of Cate Le Bon’s 2016 4 track EP recorded during the sessions for her Crab Day album originally released on Drag City.

The EP is now available as limited editions of 500 copies each on black and yellow vinyl.

Cate Le Bon self-described the recordings as “Rock Pool is the killed darlings from the Crab Day sessions brought back to life on a classic 2-2 formation. Written under the same banner of the impossibly absurd and emerging to unimaginable bedlam."