Latest updates about “White Fence”

Tim Presley Talks White Fence, DRINKS, Collaborations, and More
Weirdo Music Forever

Tim Presley is one of our favorite artists here at WMF for a host of reasons: his steady quality musical output under the White Fence moniker, the significant role he played in a crucial era of post-punk mainstay The Fall, and his contributions as one half of DRINKS are three of those reasons, but there are even more topics we’ve been eager to cover with Tim. Curious about his diverse musical endeavors as well as his upcoming 2019 album, we recently had to the pleasure of conversing with Tim about these subjects and others, including his visual art, past collaborations with Jack Name and Ty Segall, and his return to simple, melodic songwriting.

Upstate Live announces White Fence’s show at BSP
Upstate Live

White Fence released For the Recently Found Innocent this past July and have garnered nothing but raves reviews. This latest record sees him re-team with Ty Segall to produce a beautiful set of elaborately crafted songs, harmony vocalizations and trippin’ guitar tones that conjure a fantasy about reality.

Exclaim! reviews White Fence new single

The single, the 12th installment of Famous Class’s Less Artists More Condos series, flirts with a blur of sped-up merry-go-round sounds before gelling into a hazy strum of acoustic guitar, soul-coating xylophone and a crackling backbeat…

Death and Taxes stream new White Fence single
Death and Taxes

The White Fence track, “Nero (Has a Lot to Think About)” is a tasty slice of psychedelic pop—something you might expect to find in a “Nuggets” one-off and wonder how it never blew up. A repeating riff on the xylophone makes for a unique, but incredibly catchy, track which closes with an unadulterated ‘60s organ freakout…

Vice reviews White Fence’s new music video

The first ever White Fence video features their sunny garage pop accompanied with video of Tim Presley getting the ever-living shit beat out of him, giving himself jailhouse tats, beating up corrections officers, and ultimately getting put to death…

Brooklyn Rail interviews White Fence
Brooklyn Rail

Tim Presley is a four-track small room wizard crafting lo-fi California sunshine punk for people who loathe leaving their homes. His lyrics are simultaneously throwaway and intensely personal—arid yet uncomfortably precise.

Exclaim announces White Fence’s fall tour

…California garage dweller Tim Presley has been cranking out albums as White Fence for a while now, and as he prepares to issue To the Recently Found Innocent next month, he has booked a North American tour in support of the album.

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