Botch have released its first new music in 20 years. “One Twenty Two” is a part of a reissue of the band’s 1999 record We Are the Romans, arriving on November 4 via Sargent House. Dimitri Luedemann-directed video features the band performing live during a practice session. The visuals are bound up with dramatic cuts and lighting effects to capture the song’s intensity.
Botch released two full-length albums American Nervaso and We Are the Romans in the nine-year run, followed by a live album named 061502. The band announced a breakup in 2002 and the members went on to form several groups including Russian Circles, Minus the Bear, and These Arms Are Snakes.