Brooklyn’s Public Practice have dropped a new single, “Disposable,” along with its b-side, their take on Yukihiro Takahashi’s “Extra-Ordinary” via Wharf Cat Records. The track is the follow up to their 2018 critically acclaimed EP Distance Is A Mirror. Of the single and its b-side the band notes, “staring at a beach covered in tangled seaweed, the question began to form; as you watch a loved one get swept into a mad sea of a situation, how do you fight something seemingly so much bigger than yourself – for someone else? From here, ‘Disposable’ began to take shape. This was our first song we completed in our Brooklyn studio where we are recording our debut LP,” they continue, “Yukihiro Takahashi’s sound design on his records have a unique and refined sensibility that we’ve always liked as well. When we were remaking it, we wanted to try and recreate some of the source sounds and also add a few of our own. We think it was important to pay homage not only to the song, but the beautiful original synth programming.”


Public Practice are also excited to announce a November 14 show at NYC’s The Dance (428 Lafaeytte St). Today the band also announce a May 2020 tour of the UK—all dates are listed below.

Public Practice tour dates:
Nov 14 – The Dance – New York, NY
May 4 – Heartbreakers, Southampton, UK
May 5 – Electrowerkz, London, UK
May 7 – YES – Manchester, UK
May 8 – Brudenell Social Club, Leeds, UK
May 9 – Nice N Sleazy, Glasgow, UK
May 10 – Sneaky Pete’s, Edinburgh, UK
May 12 – Hare And Hounds, Birmingham, UK
May 13 – The Louisiana, Bristol, UK