Zula Stream “Twin Loss” EP On Stereogum

Listen To The “Twin Loss” EP On Stereogum!

Zula is a psychedelic pop band from NYC, co-fronted by cousins Henry and Nate Terepka. Their songs are melodic and spacious, inviting the listener to enjoy a hypnotic experience apart from the normal flow of time. Strong pop sensibilities collide with dance and funk influenced rhythms to create an experimental but accessible sound that is clearly evident on their mature new recordings.

“Twin Loss” is the lead single from Zula’s forthcoming debut album, which is due out this fall via Inflated Records. In advance of their first LP, the quartet will release the Twin Loss EP (digital only), featuring the album single, along with two non-album bonus tracks, “This Thick” and “Stealthlock,” that were recorded during the same sessions at a church outside of Ithaca, NY. “Twin Loss” flows like clockwork; tight, syncopated grooves and Nate’s wistful yet confident voice provide a perfect representation of what to expect on their debut.

About “Twin Loss”: There is a theory that the death of a twin before birth can create a lifelong feeling of longing and incompleteness in the survivor. Some psychologists believe that cellular memory transmits these feelings even if the twin died shortly after conception and was never detected. Those suffering from “twin loss” will look for their missing half in romance, cyclically repeating the separation when the spiritual void remains unfilled. The track is a tender murder fantasy, a narration of complete surrender toward the killer, justified by a longing to transcend life and merge with one’s true counterpart.

Aug 22 – Brooklyn, NY – Silent Barn
Aug 27 – Brooklyn, NY – Knitting Factory
Aug 31 – Rockaway, NY – Rippers

September tour announcement to come..

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AMON AMARTH: First Of Three-Part Mini Documentary Posted

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AMON AMARTH: First Of Three-Part Mini Documentary Posted

As previously announced, today AMON AMARTH unveils the first of their special three-part mini documentary titled Forging Mjölnir. Filmed and directed by Luke Daley (http://makezure.com), the up-close-and-personal clip — which includes stunning black and white nature footage and Norse artwork — celebrates the imminent release of the band’s ninth studio offering, Deceiver of the Gods.

Watch the six-and-a-half minute segment where vocalist Johan Hegg and bassist Ted Lundström elaborate on the mythological themes found within their latest epic via the band’s microsite at http://deceiver.amonamarth.com.

Not many bands can claim their ninth album as the most powerful, dynamic, and plainly aggressive of their career, but then AMON AMARTH have consistently upped their game with every successive release. Having exploded onto the Swedish melodic death metal scene with 1998’s Once Sent from the Golden Hall, every album has arrived bursting at the seams with power, melody and immersive storytelling centered around the richness of Norse mythology. Deceiver of the Gods captures the quintet at the peak of their powers.“Every time we start working on new music we begin with the idea that we’re going to write the best album ever,” Hegg states. “We knew we wanted a more aggressive, live feeling to this record but there’s no formula behind what we do. We just try to write something that takes us a step further than the last record, and is something that will excite us and our fans. Deceiver Of The Gods is the result.”

For proof, sample fourth track, “Shape Shifter” now streaming via Stereogum HERE.

Deceiver of the Gods was recorded at Backstage Studios in Derbyshire, UK, and produced, mixed and mastered by Andy Sneap (Opeth, Megadeth, Exodus, Arch Enemy, Killswitch Engage). The follow-up to the band’s critically adored 2011 Surtur Rising full-length offers up ten maniacally heavy battle hymns rife with the band’s absorbing harmonies and Hegg’s commanding Viking roar. Deceiver of the Gods comes adorned with another outstanding Tom Thiel-created cover portraying a mythical battle between the Norse Gods Loki and Thor. As an added bonus, Messiah Marcolin (Candlemass) makes an appearance as guest vocalist on eighth track, “Hel.”

For special Deceiver of the Gods preorder packages as well as a stream of the title track, go to this location: http://www.metalblade.com/amonamarthDeceiver of the Gods will be released in North America via Metal Blade Records June 25th, in Europe June 21st/24th and Japan on June 26th.

Following a run of European festival dates next month, AMON AMARTH will be opening the main stage of this year’s edition of the Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Fest set to commence June 29 in San Bernardino. See confirmed dates below.

AMON AMARTH Summer 2013 European Festival Tour:
06/01 Forta Rock Festival – Nijmegen, NL
06/06 Sweden Rock Festival – Solvesborg, SE
06/07 Rock Am Ring – Nurburgring, DE
06/08 Sonisphere – Sonisphere, FR
06/09 Rock Im Park – Nurenberg, DE
06/11 MeetFactory – Prauge, CZ
06/12 Eter Club – Wroclaw, PL
06/14 Copenhell – Copenhagen, DK
06/15 Noval Rock – Nickelsdorf, AT
06/16 Download Festival – Donington, UK
06/21 Nummirock – Nummijarvi, FI

AMON AMARTH
Rockstar Energy Drink Mayhem Fest 2013:
06/29 San Manuel Amphitheater – San Bernardino, CA
06/30 Shoreline Amphitheatre – Mountain View, CA
07/02 Idaho Center Amphitheatre – Nampa, ID
07/03 White River Amphitheatre – Auburn, WA
07/05 Desert Sky Pavilion – Phoenix, AZ
07/06 Isleta Amphitheatre – Albuquerque, NM
07/07 Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre – Englewood, CO
07/09 The Intersection – Grand Rapids, MI w/ Children of Bodom, Job for a Cowboy, Battlecross, Huntress
07/10 Molson Canadian Amphitheatre – Toronto, ON
07/12 First Niagara Pavilion – Burgettstown, PA
07/13 Toyota Pavilion – Scranton, PA
07/14 Darien Lake Performing Arts Center – Darien Center, NY
07/16 Comcast Center – Mansfield, MA
07/17 Bangor Waterfront – Bangor, ME
07/19 Susquehanna Bank Center – Camden, NJ
07/20 Saratoga Performing Arts Center – Saratoga Springs, NY
07/21 The Comcast Theatre – Hartford, CT
07/23 PNC Bank Arts Center – Holmdel, NJ
07/24 Jiffy Lube Live – Bristow, VA
07/26 Klipsch Music Center – Noblesville, IN
07/27 First Midwest Bank Amphitheatre – Tinley Park, IL
07/28 DTE Energy Music Theatre – Clarkston, MI
07/29 Expo Five – Louisville, KY w/ Children of Bodom, Behemoth, Emmure, Motionless In White, Born of Osiris, Job for a Cowboy, Battlecross, Huntress
07/30 Lakewood Amphitheatre – Atlanta, GA
07/31 Live Nation Amphitheatre – Tampa, FL
08/02 Austin 360 Amphitheatre – Austin, TX
08/03 Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion – The Woodlands, TX
08/04 Gexa Energy Pavilion – Dallas, TX
08/05 Cricket Wireless Amphitheatre – Kansas City, MO w/ Rob Zombie, Machine Head, Children Of Bodom
08/07 Pop’s – Sauget, IL w/ Children of Bodom, Battlecross, Huntress
08/08 Marathon Music Works – Nashville, TN w/ Children of Bodom, Battlecross, Huntress
08/09 Peabody’s – Cleveland, OH w/ Children of Bodom, Battlecross, Huntress
08/11 Heavy MTL Festival – Montreal, QC

http://www.amonamarth.com
http://www.facebook.com/OfficialAmonAmarth
http://twitter.com/amonamarthband
http://deceiver.amonamarth.com

Crocodiles Announce New LP, Premiere “Cockroach” Track On Stereogum/ in Pittsburgh at Mr. Smalls 6/16

Announce Tour Dates With Japandroids + European Tour
Crimes Of Passion LP Out August 20th On Frenchkiss Records (August 19th in UK/EU via Zoo Music)

Click Here To Listen To “Cockroach” On Stereogum

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For me, Crocodiles represent everything I love about life-affirming Rock’n’Roll:  they bring light out of darkness; they match reckless noise with the most beautiful melodies; they catch you off guard whilst sounding like the most perfect kind of right for the right here, right now.

They remind me of all the things I’ve loved but they also make me hungry for what I’ve not yet tasted.  The claustrophobia and pain of the recent past is dealt with bravely and the road ahead is wide and open.  It is all my favorite records playing at once; the trick to it being the truth; the truth being that great, life-affirming music must be bittersweet; anger is an energy that can be churned to positive.

We who face the demons of derailment out to destroy dreams must harness the hate and turn it back on itself — it is from this that great art is begat.  And so these songs rage and chime at once, in organized chaos, like life.

Charles and Brandon have been making music together since they were 18.  They met in the dirty glow of San Diego sun and now split their lives between New York City and London.  Their music has grown up over the last decade just as they have. New blood in the form of producer Sune Rose Wagner of Raveonettes fame oversaw this recent endeavor and it was a quick, natural Los Angeles creation. Duncan Mills mixed for the third time, to maintain their catalogue lifeline.

Crimes Of Passion kicks off with “I Like It In The Dark,” which could be their best to date; a joyous hymn to atheism and closes with the aching beauty of “Un Chant D’Amour,” a simple and direct ode to heartbreak. These songs bookmark an album bursting with sounds inspired by the likes of the Soft Boys, Street Hassle era Lou Reed, the Notorious Byrd Brothers, the Jackson 5 and even Glenn Branca. This is certainly the most fully realised Crocodiles album to date.

It is a sadly accepted impression that life is cooler in song, on screen, in art, or in poetry, but it is far superior when the creative process is fed back into real life and an album like Crimes Of Passion is born.

Tour Dates

6/7/13 Music Hall Of Williamsburg –  Brooklyn NY *
6/8/13 Union Pool – Brooklyn, NY
6/10/13 Beachland Tavern – Cleveland, OH
6/11/13 Metro – Chicago, IL *
6/12/13 Newport Music Hall – Columbus, OH *
6/14/13 MOTR Pub – Cincinnati, OH
6/15/13 Headliners Music Hall – Louisville, KY *
6/16/13 Mr. Smalls Theatre – Millvale, PA *
6/17/13 Adelaide Hall – Toronto, ON *
6/20/13 Jefferson Theater – Charlottesville, VA *
6/21/13 Ottobar – Baltimore, MD *

6/29/13  – MIV Festivals – Pordenone, Italy
8/24/13 – Broadcast – Glasgow, UK
8/25/13  – Sneaky Petes – Edinburgh, UK
8/27/13  – Brudnell Social Club – Leeds, UK
8/28/13  – The Ruby Lounge – Manchester, UK
8/31/13  – End of the Road – Larmer Tree, UK
9/2/13  – Sticky Mike’s – Brighton, UK
9/3/13  – Le Nouveau Casino – Paris, France
9/5/13  – Music Hall – Barcelona, Spain
9/7/13  – Kutxa Kultur Festibala @ Igeldo Amusement Park – San Sebastian, Spain
9/10/13  – Indie Summer Party @ Magnolia – Milan, Italy
9/11/13  – Blah Blah – Turin, Italy
9/12/13  – Block Out Rock ClubVia Casilina – Rome, Italy
9/13/13  – Looop – Padova, Italy
9/14/13  – Hana Bi – Marina di Ravenna
9/16/13  – Arena / Dreiraum – Vienna, Austria

* w/ Japandroids

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AUTHOR & PUNISHER: New Track Premiere Hosted By Stereogum

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Propagated by iconic sound manipulator/engineer/former robotics majorTristan Shone, AUTHOR & PUNISHER relentlessly challenges the traditional principals of doom, industrial and heavy bass music. Shone paints traumatic portraits of sonic contortion through mechanical use, abuse and maniacal decomposition.

His latest ode comes in the form of “Women & Children,” the title track of AUTHOR & PUNISHER’s upcoming fifth full-length, set for detonation this June. In anticipation of its release, the fine mischief makers at Stereogum are offering up an exclusive stream of the tune.

Describes Shone: “‘Women & Children’ is a sullen voyage from the beginning to the end of time, from primordial bliss to devastating chaos. That’s how it feels to me anyway.”

Adds Stereogum: “Shone’s apocalyptic noise blends elements of industrial, doom, and dubstep, and contorts that mass into some chilling, unrecognizable form… We’ve got the album opener/title track for you today, and it’s fantastic: It opens with the sound of electronic cicadas chirping over an empty dystopia, and soon, the low end (synths? bass?) comes to the surface, along with Shone’s distant, distorted vocals. When the track finally explodes — and especially when it moves into its massive final two minutes — it sounds like an amped-up version of El-P’s most discomfiting and narcotic beats, like an invasion or a riot (giving its title an especially morbid undertone).”

Lose your soul for approximately six-and-a-half minutes at THIS LOCATION.

If you missed it, you can still hear “In Remorse” courtesy of Pitchfork HERE, where you’ll also find in in-depth interview with Shone.

Iconoclastic in the truest sense of the word, Tristan Shone inverts the tenets of doom metal completely, relying on cold steel and soulless machinery to sonically replicate the despondency of life. Described most succinctly as “industrial doom,” this one-man project utilizes primarily custom designed and fabricated machines and speakers, devices that draw heavily on aspects of industrial automation and robotics and focus upon the eroticism of interaction with machine. The machines are designed to require significant force from the performer, aligning he/she with the plodding doom-influenced sounds that are created. AUTHOR & PUNISHER has performed with and shown these machines extensively at festivals and exhibitions in the United States and abroad.

Women & Children will be released via Seventh Rule Recordings on June 11, 2013.

“Once again the envelope has been pushed, the box stepped outside of and the tenants of doom and industrial have been refracted through the prism of the mind of a true innovator and they sound all the better for it. There are so few unique and wonderful things left in music, but AUTHOR & PUNISHER truly is one of them.” –The Sleeping Shaman

http://www.tristanshone.com
http://authorandpunisher.bandcamp.com
A&P Facebook
http://www.seventhrule.com

Japanther MP3 Drops w/ Stereogum, New LP Out 5/21

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Eat Like Lisa Act Like Bart out May 21st 
via Recess Records

“Stolen Flowers” MP3 Drops w/ Stereogum Today! 

Playing Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Festival on 4/27

…all the right elements of fuzzy punk pop hit: Short and sweet with blurred out vocals and infectious “oohs.”” — Stereogum

Japanther specializes in a fast and loose brand of punk rock that inspires spastic herky jerky dancing.” — KCRW

Japanther is the music and art project of Matt Reilly and Ian Vanek, who joined forces in 2001 and have taken on multitude of creative endeavors since. Known for their unconventional live performances, the band has appeared alongside synchronized swimmers, atop the Williamsburg Bridge, with giant puppets and marionettes, in the back of a moving truck in Soho, and at shows with giant dinosaurs and BMX bikers flying off the walls. Having released over a dozen albums in the past decade, Japanther is back with a new LP, Eat Like Lisa Act Like Bartwhich will be released May 21st via Recess Records.

Album track “Stolen Flowers” is a short, melodic cut with fuzzed-out guitars and a driving beat, giving listeners a taste of the band’s signature punk rock-infused sound. You can download the “Stolen Flowers” MP3 where it premiered with Stereogum today orHERE, and we encourage you to post & share.

Eat Like Lisa Act Like Bart opens with the upbeat “Do Not Resuscitate,” with layers of buzzing guitar, shimmering synth and regimental percussion. “The Drums Deliver” is braced by a steady drum beat and driven by a wandering vocal line that leads to a sing-along chorus. “Green Spray Paint” features a toe-tapping rhythm beneath distorted vocals, while “125th and Riverside” is a slower jam that trades in fuzzy guitars for bouncy piano accompaniment.

Having played alongside The MisfitsScreaming FemalesDan DeaconThe Death Setand more, Japanther will tour the US in support of their new release this June. They’re also performing as part of the Crossing Brooklyn Ferry Festival on April 27th at BAMcafé, along with TV on the RadioHere We Go Magic, and others. Stay tuned for more from Japanther, coming soon!

Fear of Men Premieres “Seer” on Gorilla vs Bear

Click Here To Listen To “Seer” On Gorilla vs. Bear

Brighton based Fear of Men is set to release a compilation of singles on marbled vinyl 12” and as a digital set under the title “Early Fragments” on February 12, 2013 via Brooklyn based indie Kanine Records. To date, Fear of Men has released singles on various UK labels, and they are excited to have their first release in the US, to be followed by their first live appearances (including SXSW).

About Fear of Men: Fear of Men, born of an art school project, has turned into one of the most promising bands of 2013. Drawing their inspiration from art and philosophy, Fear of Men deliberately juxtaposes iconic museum imagery and lyrical themes of loneliness and fragmentation with buoyant pop melodies.

While studying for a Fine Art & History of Art degree, Jessica Weiss (vocals + guitar) was exhibiting some of her home recordings of ambient soundtracks to short films when these recordings caught the attention of Daniel Falvey (guitar). The two began swapping mix tapes and started a friendship based on a shared love of melody and an eclectic mix of artists such as The Chills, Grouper, Neutral Milk Hotel, The Magnetic Fields, and The Byrds, ultimately leading to the start of a more pop-focused project which they called Fear of Men.

Starting out, the duo recorded their music on a 4-track and transferred it onto their laptops, which Jess would then use as part of her degree work. They uploaded their songs to bandcamp and immediately caught the attention of UK blogs. Enlisting the help of friends to play drums and bass, Fear of Men approached DIY promoters and immediately began playing live shows.

Fear of Men, completed by Michael Miles (drums) and Robyn Edwards (bass), began releasing singles on DIY and independent UK labels and capturing the attention of Pitchfork, NME, Gorilla vs. Bear, Stereogum, The Fader, Drowned in Sound and topping the Hype Machine charts. For a wider introduction into North America, Fear of Men is releasing “Early Fragments” a reverse chronological collection of their previous single releases, many of which were only available in Europe on limited edition 7” and cassette pressings.

Fans of Broadcast and Julie Doiron will instantly gravitate toward Jess’ tender vocals and melodies. The songs are beguilingly sweet while the lyrics are often bleakly nihilistic, meaning that you’ll find yourself singing along to these intelligent, well-crafted pop songs while unwittingly sinking deeper into Fear of Men’s world.

Fear Of Men Announces New Singles Compilation

Brighton based Fear of Men is set to release a compilation of singles on marbled vinyl 12” and as a digital set under the title “Early Fragments” on February 12, 2013 via Brooklyn based indie Kanine Records. To date, Fear of Men has released singles on various UK labels, and they are excited to have their first release in the US, to be followed by their first live appearances (including SXSW).

About Fear of Men: Fear of Men, born of an art school project, has turned into one of the most promising bands of 2013. Drawing their inspiration from art and philosophy, Fear of Men deliberately juxtaposes iconic museum imagery and lyrical themes of loneliness and fragmentation with buoyant pop melodies.

While studying for a Fine Art & History of Art degree, Jessica Weiss (vocals + guitar) was exhibiting some of her home recordings of ambient soundtracks to short films when these recordings caught the attention of Daniel Falvey (guitar). The two began swapping mix tapes and started a friendship based on a shared love of melody and an eclectic mix of artists such as The Chills, Grouper, Neutral Milk Hotel, The Magnetic Fields, and The Byrds, ultimately leading to the start of a more pop-focused project which they called Fear of Men.

Starting out, the duo recorded their music on a 4-track and transferred it onto their laptops, which Jess would then use as part of her degree work. They uploaded their songs to bandcamp and immediately caught the attention of UK blogs. Enlisting the help of friends to play drums and bass, Fear of Men approached DIY promoters and immediately began playing live shows.

Fear of Men, completed by Michael Miles (drums) and Robyn Edwards (bass), began releasing singles on DIY and independent UK labels and capturing the attention of Pitchfork, NME, Gorilla vs. Bear, Stereogum, The Fader, Drowned in Sound and topping the Hype Machine charts. For a wider introduction into North America, Fear of Men is releasing “Early Fragments” a reverse chronological collection of their previous single releases, many of which were only available in Europe on limited edition 7” and cassette pressings.

Fans of Broadcast and Julie Doiron will instantly gravitate toward Jess’ tender vocals and melodies. The songs are beguilingly sweet while the lyrics are often bleakly nihilistic, meaning that you’ll find yourself singing along to these intelligent, well-crafted pop songs while unwittingly sinking deeper into Fear of Men’s world.

PARQUET COURTS LIGHT UP GOLD CD RELEASE JAN. 15TH/ Live in Pittsburgh 12/9

Since Parquet Courts quietly released Light Up Gold on their own Dull Tools label in July, there’s been a slow but steady build up to the recent bursting-at-the-seams enthusiasm. That well-deserved fervor has led to the band signing with What’s Your Rupture?, who will be releasing the CD on January 15th (WYR? will also repress Light Up Gold on vinyl for Dull Tools). Meanwhile, Stereogum has premiered the mp3 for the titular track, “Light Up Gold II,” and Pitchfork has dubbed “Borrowed Time” a Best New Track. Forget about it!

Listen to “Light Up Gold II” here: http://bit.ly/10o5J1Y
Listen to”Borrowed Time” here: http://bitly.com/Pm9Fir

The band will be bringing their tacos to your town, with east coast and southern dates on the books, and west coast dates in the works.

PARQUET COURTS TOUR DATES:

Wed. Dec. 26 – Detroit, MI @ Jumbo’s w/ Protomartyr
Thurs. Dec. 27 – Chicago, IL @ The Empty Bottle w/ The Gizmos
Fri. Dec. 28 – Omaha, NE @ The Middle House
Sat. Dec. 29 – Kansas City, MO @ Manheiman
Sun. Dec. 30 Oklahoma City, OK @ Bad Granny’s
Mon. Dec. 31 – Denton, TX @ RGRS w/ Endless Thoughts, SIn Motivo
Wed. Jan. 2 – Austin, TX @ Beerland w/ Sweet Talk
Thurs. Jan. 3 – Beaumont, TX @ Victoria House w/ Native America, Hello Chief
Fri. Jan. 4 – Oxford, MS @ Lamar Lounge
Sat. Jan. 5 – Nashville, TN @ The Owl Farm w/ Dirty Dreams
Sun. Jan. 6 – Murray, KY @ Terrapin Station w/ Quailbones
Mon. Jan. 7 – Columbus, OH @ Café Bourbon St.
Tues. Jan. 8 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Kopec’s w/ Psychic Boots, Crappy Funeral
Wed. Jan. 9 – Washington, DC @ The Rocketship w/ Priests, Teen Liver
Thurs. Jan. 10 – Philadelphia, PA @ Kung Fu Necktie w/ Priests, The Bike Bell Band
Fri. Jan. 11 – Brooklyn, NY @ Death By Audio w/ Priests

LINDSTRØM KICKS OFF US TOUR TONIGHT AND SHARES NEW LEMONADE REMIX

LISTEN TO “ĘG-GĘD-ōSIS” (LEMONADE REMIX)

Lindstrøm is here to test you this weekend. He has a new album, Smalhans, which comes out November 6th on Smalltown Supersound, and wants to see how much ass-shakin’ his new tracks can induce. Only some of you will be lucky enough to take the test. Don’t fret though! There’s a new remix of “Ęg-gęd-ōsis”by Lemonade that was premiered by Stereogum earlier today. If you can’t join the party this weekend, make your own! A full list of US tour dates is below.

Lindstrøm US Tour Dates:
Thu. Oct. 11 – Miami, FL @ Electric Pickle
Fri. Oct. 12 – Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
Sat. Oct. 13 – Chicago, IL @ Smart Bar

Lindstrøm’s “Rá-ákõ-st” mp3 – http://bit.ly/MD6uvx
Smalhans pre-order – http://bit.ly/UHWqdW

Lindstrøm online:
http://feedelity.com/
https://www.facebook.com/hplindstrom
https://twitter.com/HPLindstrom

Dark Dark Dark Stream Who Needs Who On Stereogum

We kindly request that audiences drop what they’re doing and bear witness to Dark Dark Dark’s stunning new record. Who Needs Who is out October 2nd on Supply and Demand Music, and it’s without a doubt the band’s strongest offering to date. Sensations of longing, songs of good times and bad, playful memories that dance within our psyche until they’re skewed to perfection or abomination; these themes permeate Who Needs Who, which reveals a continued evolution in songwriters Nona Marie Invie and Marshall LaCount. Whereas sparseness was often the common tongue in previous outings, Dark Dark Dark has added a layer of depth and magnitude to Who Needs Who, giving listeners the illusion of an orchestra rather than a five-piece band. Stereogum is streaming the record in its entirety today until October 5th.

Listen to Who Needs Who at Stereogum: http://bit.ly/VxKJTU

DARK DARK DARK TOUR DATES:

Thu. Sept. 27 – Iowa City, Iowa @ Gabe’s Oasis
Fri. Sept. 28 – Milwaukee, WI @ Sweet Water Organics
Wed. Oct. 3 – Minneapolis, MN @ Cedar Cultural Center w/ Emily Wells, Mountain Man
Fri. Oct. 5 – Minneapolis, MN @ Cedar Cultural Center w/ Emily Wells, Mountain Man
Sat. Oct. 6 – Chicago, IL @ Schubas w/ Angel Olsen
Mon. Oct. 8 – Hudson, NY @ Helsinki Hudson w/ Emily Wells
Tue. Oct. 9 – Allston, MA @ Great Scott w/ Emily Wells
Wed. Oct. 10 – Pawtucket, RI @ The Met w/ Emily Wells
Thu. Oct. 11 – Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse Music Hall w/ Emily Wells
Fri. Oct. 12 – Brooklyn, NY @ The Knitting Factory w/ Emily Wells
Sat. Oct. 13 – New York, NY @ Le Poisson Rouge w/ Emily Wells
Sun. Oct. 14 – Baltimore, MD @ Metro Gallery w/ Emily Wells
Mon. Oct. 15 – Washington, DC @ DC9 w/ Emily Wells
Tue. Oct. 16 – Durham, NC @ The Pinhook w/ Emily Wells
Wed. Oct. 17 – Atlanta, GA @ 529 w/ Emily Wells
Thu. Oct. 18 – New Orleans, LA @ Cafe Istanbul w/ Emily Wells
Fri. Oct. 19 – Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s w/ Emily Wells
Sat. Oct. 20 – Austin, TX @ Holy Mountain w/ Emily Wells
Sun. Oct. 21 – Denton, TX @ Dan’s Silverleaf w/ Emily Wells
Wed. Oct. 24 – Santa Fe, NM @ Santa Fe Sol
Fri. Oct. 26 – Denver, CO @ Hi-Dive w/ Emily Wells
Sat. Oct. 27 – Salt Lake City, UT @ Kilby Court w/ Emily Wells
Sun. Oct. 28 – Garden City, ID @ Visual Arts Collective w/ Emily Wells
Mon. Oct. 29 – Seattle, WA @ The Crocodile w/ Emily Wells
Tue. Oct. 30 – Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom w/ Emily Wells
Wed. Oct. 31 – Nevada City, CA @ Haven Underground w/ Emily Wells, North America
Thu. Nov. 1 – Santa Rosa, CA @ Arlene Francis Theatre w/ Emily Wells
Fri. Nov. 2 – Oakland, CA @ The New Parish w/ Emily Wells
Sat. Nov. 3 – San Francisco, CA @ Bottom of the Hill w/ Emily Wells
Mon. Nov. 5 – Los Angeles, CA @ The Echoplex w/ Emily Wells
Tue. Nov. 6 – San Diego, CA @ Luce Loft w/ Emily Wells