California Wives has released a new track called "Purple" from its debut full-length Art History, out September 4 via Vagrant Records. You can stream that song in the replies, along with another song called "Marianne," also from the album. The group's tour dates with Stars and Diamond Rings are also in the replies.
Stars will release a new album titled The North on September 4th via ATO Records. The album was produced by the band itself, Graham Lessard and Marcus Paquin (Arcade Fire), and you can now preview it by streaming the opening track "The Theory of Relativity" in the replies.
Memphis (Torquil Campbell of Stars and Chris Dumont) announced a North American tour in support of Here Comes A City, which drops on March 8th. Dates are in the replies. You can also grab a download of "I Am The Photographer" and "I Want The Lights On After Dark" for free here.
Stars are easily one of the most recognized and loved bands out there, so they don't need an introduction around here. Their new album, The Five Ghosts, was released today and is as great as expected - and better. If you have yet to check it out, we have a full stream of the entire album on their AP.net profile waiting for you, so go listen and make sure to pick it up.
Stars have launched a full-album stream in support of their latest effort, In Our Bedroom After the War, on their myspace profile. The album is scheduled for release on September 25th courtesy of Arts and Crafts Records.
You can see the new video from Stars for their single, "Take Me To The Riot," here. The highly recommended In Our Bedroom After The War is available digitally now, and will hit stores in hard copy form on September 25th.
The new album by Stars, In Our Bedroom After The War, is set to be released on September 25th. This new album was mixed by Joe Chiccarelli (Morrissey, The Shins, The White Stripes) and recorded at the Warehouse Studios in Vancouver, BC. Go here or here to download a song called "The Night Starts Here" from their new album.
Stars will be releasing an album of remixes, covers and other such songs this fall entitled Do You Trust Your Friends. It is a track-for-track interpretation of Set Yourself on Fire and features artists such as Broken Social Scene, Metric, The Dears, The Elected and Junior Boys.