Trouble Will Find Me, The National’s new album is released this week. The sixth studio album for the Brooklyn band, it follows the critical and commercial success of High Violet in 2010. The album is the most self-assured collection of songs produced by The National in its 14-year career.
Taking place this November, Daughter will follow up their largest UK tour to date with an extensive tour of Europe.
The summer is set to be just as busy for Elena, Igor and Remi as they head out on the festival circuit, beginning next week with appearances at Barcelona’s Primavera Sound and London’s Field Day festivals (at the latter Daughter will play the Laneway stage at 7.30pm). The London-based trio will also head back out to North America to open for fellow 4AD act The National in August.
With less than a month to go before the release of their long-awaited new album Desire Lines (recorded in Portland, US with producer Tucker Martine), Camera Obscura have revealed another song, ‘Fifth In Line To The Throne’.
A sonic foil to recent single ‘Do It Again’, ‘Fifth In Line To The Throne’ sees the Glasgow five-piece in full balladeer mode and features backing vocals from Neko Case.
Camera Obscura’s Tracyanne Campbell explains,...
When Efterklang presented their fourth album, Piramida, for the first time to a sold out audience at the Sydney Opera House with the Sydney Symphony Orchestra last year, the evening’s success gave the Danish act the opportunity to take this unique performance around the globe. Dubbed The Piramida Concerts, and with orchestral arrangements by fellow Dane Karsten Fundal and New York composer Missy Mazzoli, it has been staged fifteen times, with sold out performances at London’s Barbican with the Northern Sinfonia and New York’s Metropolitan Museum concert hall with The Wordless Music Orchestra.
LSXX, the 20th anniversary edition of Last Splash by The Breeders is released today as a deluxe 3CD boxset.
LSXX will be available as a limited-edition, seven-disc vinyl box set*, and a three-CD package. Many of the recordings included in the set have never been released before, and for other tracks, it will be the first time they receive a worldwide release. Cover and individual sleeve artwork has been created by renowned British graphic designer Vaughan Oliver, who described it as “an irreverent conceptual and visual re- imagining” of his original Last Splash artwork. Full tracklisting available here.