Bettie Serveert Set March Release

Dutch indie rockers Bettie Serveert are back with a new album, Pharmacy of Love. Out March 23 via Second Motion Records in the US, Pharmacy of Love marks Bettie Serveert's first release in four years.

With the band employing a "back to basics" approach, Pharmacy of Love captures the kind of raw, contagious energy that has long characterized Bettie Serveert's live shows.

Recorded earlier this year in a Belgian recording studio, founding members Carol van Dyk (vocals/guitar), Peter Visser (guitar) and Herman Bunskoeke (bass) were joined on the new album by special guest Joppe Molenaar (of the Dutch band Voicst) on drums.

From the urgent "Deny All" to the anguished album closer, "What They Call Love," Pharmacy of Love is a masterful collection of songs that are by turns raucous, shimmering and shiver-inducing as they examine the vagaries of life and love.

Can't wait until March 23rd for Pharmacy of Love? The band has released the Deny All EP (available on iTunes) which in addition to lead single "Deny All," also includes a long version of "Calling (XL)," a small version of "Souls Travel," and "Waiting for Control," a bonus track that will not appear on Pharmacy of Love.

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