Priests

Priests on Welfare Reform

With the most important election of this generation looming–and the conversation around the ethics, corruption, morality, and overt xenophobia associated with the presidential campaigns continuing…
Katie Alice Greer / November 3, 2016

November 2016: What’s Going On?

With the most important election of this generation looming—and the conversation around the ethics, corruption, morality, and overt xenophobia associated with the presidential campaigns heightening…
SPIN Staff / November 2, 2016

Video: Priests – “Pink White House”

Priests have shared a video for "Pink White House," which appears on their upcoming album, Nothing Feels Natural. It's directed by singer Katie Alice Greer, and depicts a…
Jeremy Gordon / November 1, 2016

Priests Announce Debut Full-Length Nothing Feels Natural, Share “JJ” Video

After a string of acclaimed EPs and cassettes, the D.C. punk quartet Priests will release their debut full-length Nothing Feels Natural January 27th, on their own label Sister…
Andy Cush / October 11, 2016

Priests Deliver a Pair of Post-Punk Sermons in New York City

Priests celebrated the June 3 arrival of their new EP, Bodies and Control and Money and Power, by tearing through two release-day shows in New…
SPIN Staff / June 4, 2014

SPIN Singles Mix: 10 Baddygirls, Smalltown Boys, and Auto-Tuned Stoics

Welcome to SPIN's inaugural Singles Mix! Every Friday SPIN's staff writers will pick their favorite, must-hear tracks from the week for your weekend playlists. From…
SPIN Staff / May 16, 2014

Hear Priests’ Swaggering, Defiant ‘Doctor’

The D.C. punks in Priests are set to release their Don Giovanni Records debut on June 3, and now that we're less than a month…
Colin Joyce / May 13, 2014

Priests Are Ridiculously Infectious on ‘Right Wing’

Last week, Washington D.C. post-pop punk band Priests announced that their new album, Bodies and Control and Money and Power, will arrive on June 3. The four-piece…
Mike Ayers / March 26, 2014

5 Best New Artists for July ’13

From a crew of D.C. basement post-punks to an all-female noise-pop outfit from Northampton, Massachusetts, to a Barcelona-by-way-of-Montreal trap enthusiast to a dazzling Atlanta chant-rap…
SPIN Staff / July 2, 2013