Excited to share the premiere of Other Lives’ new video for “Reconfiguration.” Watch below:
Today, Other Lives announced the release of their 3rd full length LP, titled ‘Rituals’. The album is out on tbd records May 4th. The band shared the following note on their website regarding the album:
It’s been some time now since we’ve had the pleasure of sharing new music with you all, and today we’re very excited to share a song from the album we’ve been working on over the last two years. The song is called “Reconfiguration”. We hope you enjoy.
The new album is called RITUALS and will be released on May 4th. You can pre-order it now.
And here’s the track listing:
01. Fair Weather
04. Easy Way Out
05. Beat Primal
06. New Fog
07. 2 Pyramids
08. Need A Line
09. English Summer
11. No Trouble
12. For The Last
13. It’s Not Magic
Jesse, Jonathon and Josh
Other Lives have shared the first music from their upcoming full length, Rituals. You can stream and download the song ‘Reconfiguration’ below. Rituals is out May 5th on tbd.
Other Lives announce the release of Mind The Gap EP out October 23rd on tbd records. The EP was recorded by the band this past summer in a studio in Sutton Courtenay, Oxfordshire, England and features the Atoms For Peace Remix of “Tamer Animals”. The EP also features the tracks “Dead Can” which was written during the band’s recent world tour and was “mostly recorded in the van using a lap top, because we were touring so much. That’s what gives it an electro feel” along with “Take Us Alive”, which is “based on a violin loop that was written in my parents’ backyard”, explains lead singer Jesse Tabish. Look out for Other Lives back on the road on a full U.S. tour this Fall.
WATERS has launched the music video for “Mickey Mantle” – one of the best + most accessible tracks on their debut record. Watch it here. The video was filmed in stop-motion style in less than 48 hours as part of the San Francisco-based Music Video Race. “Mickey Mantle” won “Best Song” as part of the contest.
The “Mickey Mantle” video has been featured all over the place including Stereogum.
WATERS launches a tour with Nada Surf next week – returning to many of the cities they just hit with Delta Spirit earlier this year.
UPCOMING WATERS TOUR DATES WITH NADA SURF:
06/19 – Lancaster, PA @ Chameleon Club *
06/20 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Club AE *
06/21 – Cleveland, OH @ Beachland Ballroom & Tavern *
06/22 – Ann Arbor, MI @ Blind Pig *
06/23 – Indianapolis, IN @ Deluxe *
06/24 – Louisville, KY @ Headliners *
06/25 – St. Louis, MO @ Old Rock House *
06/27 – Little Rock, AR @ Juanitas *
06/28 – Dallas, TX @ Granada Theater *
06/29 – Austin, TX @ La Zona Rose *
06/30 – Houston, TX @ Fitzgerald’s – Upstairs *
07/02 – Birmingham, AL @ Bottletree *
07/03 – Atlanta, GA @ The Loft *
07/05 – Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live *
07/18 – San Francisco, CA @ Brick and Mortar (headlining)
With an enthralling live show that has won over countless fans and critics, Los Angeles quartet Henry Clay People are thrilled to hit the road this summer in support of their upcoming album Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives.
The five-week tour beginning June 14th will see the band share the stage with Motion City Soundtrack, These United States and Futurebirds, along with their own headlining dates.
Set for a June 26th release on TBD Records, Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives is a thrilling and sweaty thirty minutes of teenage restlessness. Evident in new songs “Hide” and “Friends Are Forgiving” – two of the twelve songs that make Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives the bands most urgent, bratty, and melancholic record to date.
Watch the band’s montage video for “Friends Are Forgiving” here: http://vimeo.com/42134552
Spin Magazine raves “The Henry Clay People specialize in raggedy power chords and desperately boyish vocals – what Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers would sound like if they’d taken temp work and listened obsessively to Crazy Horse.”
TOUR DATES (more to be announced):
June 14 Casbah San Diego, CA *
June 15 Troubadour Los Angeles, CA *
June 16 Slim’s San Francisco, CA *
June 18 Club Sound Salt Lake City, UT *
June 19 Bluebird Theater Denver, CO *
June 21 The Firebird St. Louis, MO *
June 22 Lincoln Hall Chicago, IL *
June 23 Cobra Lounge Chicago, IL **
June 25 Grog Shop Cleveland, OH *
June 26 Water Street Music Hall Rochester, NY *
June 27 Union Transfer Philadelphia, PA *
June 29 The Gramercy Theatre New York, NY *
June 30 Middle East Downstairs Boston, MA *
July 01 Ottobar Baltimore, MD *
July 02 Brooklyn Bowl Brooklyn, NY
July 05 Local 506 Raleigh, NC ***
July 06 The Southern Charlottesville, VA ***
July 07 Black Cat Washington, DC ***
July 08 Brillobox Pittsburgh, PA ****
July 09 Ninth Ward Buffalo, NY ****
July 10 Deluxe Indianapolis, IN ****
July 11 Magic Stick Detroit, MI ****
July 12 Rock Island Brew Co Rock Island, IL ****
July 13 Burnbury Festival – Sawyer Point Park Cincinnati, OH
July 14 High Watt (Mercy Lounge) Nashville, TN
July 16 Riot Room Kansas City, MO
July 17 The Conservatory Oklahoma City, OK
July 18 Launch Pad Albuquerque, NM
July 19 Crescent Ballroom Phoenix, AZ
July 20 Sound Waves Las Vegas, NV *****
* With Motion City Soundtrack
** The Riot Fest & Consequence Of Sound Present
*** With These United States
**** With Futurebirds
***** With Airborne Toxic Event
WATERS is launching the second leg of their mostly sold out tour with Delta Spirit. It’s been the band’s best tour yet. They’ve really been connecting with the Delta Spirit fanbase – consistently selling loads of CDs each night and their social media numbers are building considerably. The press has been loving the WATERS opening set as well. Time Out Chicago said: “the San Francisco-based group tore through a set that sounded like a modernized rendering of Mirrorball-era Neil Young…The ’90s college-rock thrash present on tracks like ‘Back To You’ and ‘For The One’ made them irrefutable highlights, though the contrastingly subdued ‘Ones You Had Before’ demonstrated surprising versatility.”
WATERS will be headed back out on the road with Nada Surf in June. They supported Nada Surf in Europe earlier this year and were outselling them 2-1 in terms of CDs – selling 80-90 CDs each night. These new shows with Nada Surf will get the band back in many of the markets they hit last month with Delta Spirit.
Take a listen to a recent WFUV “Alternate Side” session here.
WATERS TOUR WITH DELTA SPIRIT
04.30.12/Urban Lounge/Salt Lake City, UT
05.01.12/Fox Theatre/Boulder, CO
05.02.12/The Neurolux/Boise, ID
05.05.12/Wonder Ballroom/Portland, OR
05.06.12/Electric Owl/Vancouver, BC
05.08.12/Ace of Spades/Sacramento, CA
05.10.12/Fillmore/San Francisco, CA
05.11.12/Music Box at Fonda/Hollywood, CA
05.12.12/The Belly Up/Solano Beach, CA
05.13.12/The Belly Up/Solano Beach, CA
WATERS TOUR WITH NADA SURF
06.19.12/Chameleon Club/Lancaster, PA
06.20.12/Stage AE/Pittsburgh, PA
06.21.12/Beachland Ballroom&Tavern/Cleveland, OH
06.22.12/Blind Pig/Ann Arbor, MI
06.23.12/Old National Center/Indianapolis, IN
06.24.12/Headliners Music Hall/Louisville, KT
06.25.12/Old Rock House/St. Louis, MO
06.27.12/Juanita’s/Little Rock, AK
06.28.12/Granada Theatre/Dallas TX
06.29.12/La Zona Rosa/Austin, TX
07.03.12/The Loft/Atlanta, GA
07.05.12/Rams Head Live/Baltimore, Maryland
HENRY CLAY PEOPLE SET TO RELEASE NEW ALBUM, ‘TWENTY-FIVE FOR THE REST OF OUR LIVES,’ ON JUNE 26TH
Los Angeles quartet Henry Clay People are thrilled to announce the release of their new album Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives. Set for a June 26th release on TBD Records, Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives is a thrilling and sweaty thirty minutes of teenage restlessness, quarter-life malaise, and adult resignation. The new album sees not only the return of the band’s original line up, but songwriters and brothers Joey and Andy Siara rediscovering and redefining their punky roots, allowing them to craft their most urgent, bratty, and melancholic record to date.
“We wanted to finally make the record that our sixteen year old selves would have been excited about,” says Joey. “Unfortunately the only way to do so was to live for the last 13 years and get some adult suffering under our belt. Now we can direct our misguided teenage angst at our failed 20’s.”
With songs such as the rambunctious The Backseat Of A Cab, the 90’s guitar slack of Hide, the skater brat inspired The Fakers and the punk revival of EveryBandWeEverLoved, Twenty-Five for the Rest of Our Lives is a record dealing with
compromised dreams and empty bank accounts, for and by the high school Descendents devotee turned college Malkmus-minion.
In support of their TBD Records debut Somewhere On the Golden Coast, the Henry Clay People spent most of 2010 and 2011 on the road with the Drive by Truckers, Silversun Pickups and Against Me!, along with successful performances at Coachella, Lollapalooza and Austin City Limits. With an enthralling live show, HCP have built a dedicated national following of both critics and kids.
Along with The LA Times, Aquarium Drunkard, MTV News, Paste Magazine, My Old Kentucky Blog, and more, Spin Magazine raves “The Henry Clay People specialize in raggedy power chords, barreling piano, and desperately boyish vocals – what Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers would sound like if they’d taken temp work and listened obsessively to Crazy Horse.” KEXP simply says HCP create a “remarkable set of classic- sounding indie-rock with clear echoes of Pavement, the Hold Steady, the Replacements and early Built to Spill, but they find their own voice with detailed songs that split the difference between sardonic and heartfelt when describing the music scene, living in debt and working part-time, transforming everyday subject matter into raging, celebratory anthems for slacker rock ‘n’ rollers and other folks just trying to make ends meet.”
The Henry Clay People will hit the road this summer. Stay tuned for tour dates!!
Listen to the entire new album ‘Milk Famous’ HERE
CD / Digital are out next Tuesday March 6th, LP is out March 13th. In the mean time the album (in all formats) and a limited edition t-shirt are available to pre-order directly from the band HERE.
White Rabbits have teamed up with NPR for the premiere of the beautiful and unsettling video for “Heavy Metal,” the recently unveiled opening track from the band’s upcoming third album, Milk Famous. Directed by Andrew Droz Palermo, the “Heavy Metal” video can be viewed below.
Preceded by first single “Temporary,” Milk Famous will be released March 6 on the tbd label (with a vinyl release March 13 on White Iris) and can be pre-ordered directly from the band at the following web address: http://whiterabbitsmusic.com/milkfamous