O'Brother will release their new album, Endless Light, on March 25th via Triple Crown Records/Favorite Gentleman. You can hear a new song called "Deconstruct" in the replies.
1. Slow Sin
2. Your Move
4. Complicated End Times
7. Endless Light
8. Black Hole
9. Time Is a Length of Rope
10. I Am (Become Death)
11. Realm of the Physical
From Indian Lakes have premiered their new song, "Ghosts" over on The A.V. Club, it's also in the replies. The track is from their new album, Absent Sounds, which will be released on October 7th via Triple Crown Records.
Tiny Moving Parts will be releasing their second LP titled, Pleasant Living, on September 9th, through Triple Crown Records. Check out the track listing below and album art in the replies.
2. Always Focused
3. Fourth of July
4. I Hope Things Go the Way I Hope
5. Whiskey Waters
7. The Better Days
9. Spring Fever
10. Entrances & Exits
11. Skinny Veins
12. Van Beers
You can stream a new Weatherbox song titled "Pagan Baby" in the replies. It's off the band's phenomenal new album, Flies In All Directions, which will be available on May 13th. You can also pre-order it.
These kind of concerns are part of what Weiss alluded to in that tweet—that the term “emo” is bad for business. Or at least that it can limit the prospective audience. This is nothing new: As Shanholtzer says, “One of the most overlooked things is this was originally tagged as ‘post-emo indie rock.’ When the Get Up Kids and Promise Ring got popular, people were talking about emo in indie media circuits, so [those bands] were saying ‘We should call ourselves indie rock, because I don’t...
Talking to [Pitchfork’s] Ian Cohen, his opinion is just like, “Well you know, the records are better.” And I would say that that’s true, I think a lot of the bands involved are writing really great records now and figuring out who they want to be in the end, how they want the shit to sound. We’re all in uncharted territory.
Tiny Moving Parts have signed to Triple Crown Records and will be releasing their sophomore record later this year. The band has also announced some new tour dates with Free Throw that you can find in the replies.
Triple Crown Records' vinyl pressing of From Indian Lakes' Able Bodies is now available for pre-order, pressed on clear w/ black splatter (/150) and silver. A cassette version, poster, and new shirt are also available.
Caspian will release Hymn For The Greatest Generation on November 12 via Triple Crown Records. The EP includes 3 new Caspian compositions, a demo for "High Lonesome," and two remixes of Waking Season tracks. Pre-orders are now available, including vinyl (milky brown translucent /250, cloudy clear in unspecified amount). Hear the album's title track in the replies.
1. Hymn For The Greatest Generation
2. The Heart The Fed
4. High Lonesome (Demo)
5. Procellous (Arms & Sleepers Remix)
6. Hails of the Summer (Lazerbeak Remix)
Caspian bass player Chris Friedirich unexpectedly died Sunday afternoon. The band will pay tribute this Saturday at a benefit show Chris had organized for a friend's lung transplant. A statement from the band is in the replies - our hearts go out to the band and their families.
We write to you today with heavy hearts and indescribable sadness to tell you that our bass player, Chris Friedrich, died unexpectedly Sunday afternoon. We have lost a close friend, a true brother, and a presence that can never be replaced in any of our lives. Chris epitomized the heart and soul of Caspian, and in our own ways -- both individually and collectively -- dedicate ourselves to honoring his memory....
From Indian Lakes have signed to Triple Crown Records. The band will begin recording their label debut in early 2014. The label also announced there will be a vinyl re-issue of Able Bodies in October.
“We are excited to announce that we have signed to Triple Crown Records. We have always been a DIY kind of band and that isn't changing now. Releasing Able Bodies on our own was incredible, but there were some things that we felt could have been better for our fans, and partnering with Triple Crown is going to make the next release even more special. They are also a label that supports artistic freedom, which is what's most important to us and hopefully everyone who supports us. Looking...