02) Lost Your Name
03) Back Of Your Head
04) Tiny Raindrop
05) Notice Me
07) Cut Me Open
09) I’m Swimming
10) When I Come Undone
11) Dirty Head
Update:Apparently Anthony Green sang on a track - good to know. -JA
Music photographer/Nervous Energies founder Ryan Russell will release a new photo book titled Continental Obscura: From Birmingham to Bellingham this fall/winter through No Sleep Records.
“After all 32 years of my life in Birmingham, Alabama and the past 13 years as a rock photographer, I've grown a need to explore nature and take my photographic aesthetics into a larger world,” says Russell. “The Pacific Northwest has long been a place I am fascinated with photographing. Instead of simply just moving to a new place, I decided to photograph the experience as well. Not only shooting the actual journey but also the days leading up to my departure from Birmingham and after my arrival in...
You can stream a new Drug Church song titled "Reading Youtube Comments" over at NPR (you'll have to scroll down half way to find the blurb). It's off the band's awesome new album, Paul Walker, which is in stores July 23rd.
No Sleep Records has signed Maps For Travelers. The band will release their full-length debut, Change Your Name, on August 27th. You can pre-order it here. Listen to one of its tracks, "Good Life," in the replies.
You can stream a new Long Lost track entitled, "Want" on Alt Press. The band's new album, Start Again is set to drop on August 6th, 2013 via No Sleep Records. You can pre-order the album through the No Sleep Records' webstore.