AXLAUSTADE releases new single, “oui no na”

Canadian rockers AXLAUSTADE have released their new single, “oui no na”, a post-modern grunge apocalypse, in fact. And one that’s solely instrumental — the words laid lyricless, deep inside the melody.

Recorded by Éric Lamothe, mixed in Los Angeles by Justin Raisen (Kim Gordon, Viagra Boys, Charli XCX), and mastered in Los Angeles by GRAMMY-Award winner Mike Bozzi (Childish Gambino), the song lands fresh from the band’s recently released eponymous debut, AXLAUSTADE (2021).

10-tracks tall, “oui no na” — and the surrounding LP — bears witness to exciting new songs that vary in length, strength, volume, and vigor.

With the album’s offerings intertwined into an exciting journey of self-exploration, and losing yourself in the story, for the band itself — members Jonathan Dauphinais, Steve Dumas, and Francis Mineau — AXLAUSTADE are luminous mornings, and nights filled with jamming in dark spaces.

It’s striking the chord between what moves you, which riffs lift you, and what percussion outlines the beat of a drum while pulsing to the rhythm of your soul for the Montreal-based trio. When AXLAUSTADE becomes one with your speakers, they become one with your consciousness, too.

“oui no na” slips quietly in line behind the breakthrough debut single, working timelessly to follow the former’s lead.

Check out the new single below, and stay up to date with the trio via their socials.

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