Monday, May 21, 2018

The Young Mothers share 1st track from forthcoming album, Jazz/Hip-Hop/Punk group of free/avant all stars; ex-MF Doom, ex-White Denim, Free Radicals, Shape of Broad Minds

"A sound that blends free jazz and hip-hop, seeing no distance between them... Latin fuses with African fuses with European and on and on until there is no distinction. This uncompromising group of players delivers an unforgettable listening experience that listeners will doubtless be parsing for some time to come." -- PopMatters

Austin, TX iconoclasts The Young Mothers share the first track from their forthcoming sophomore album today via PopMatters. Hear and share "Attica Black" HERE. (Direct Soundcloud.)

The band just wrapped up a handful of Texas dates and will head over to Europe for a summer tour. See current dates below. 

Self Sabotage Records proudly presents Morose, the anticipated follow up by The Young Mothers, a juggernaut of a collective formed in 2012 and featuring a super group of heavy-hitters who have helped steer the direction of creative music in New York, Chicago, Texas, and Scandinavia. 

Norwegian bassist Ingebrigt Håker Flaten (The ThingFree FallAtomic) moved to Austin, Texas in 2009. He'd experimented with stateside living for a few years in Chicago before that, but the city of barbecue, food trucks, and outlaw country music has become his home base. Texas has a deep creative music history, but most Texas improvisers found their notoriety elsewhere, seeking to escape segregation and poverty for a chance to 'starve a little better' on the coasts. However, the Texas of 2018 is not the Texas of 1958 and the groundwork for this potent convergence was laid around a decade ago in Houston when Ingebrigt met and linked up with trumpeter/rapper Jawwaad Taylor (Shape Of Broad Minds, MF Doom), and what became a transliteration of his Chicago Sextet into a scrappy Lone Star variant called The Young Mothers has formed a group identity all its own and now has a second album under the belt (their first, A Mothers' Work Is Never Done was self-released in 2014). Instrumentally The Young Mothers has some similarity with its Windy City relative - in addition to sharing drummer Frank Rosaly and Flaten, the vibraphone chair is held down by percussionist & diabolical vocalist Stefan González (Yells At EelsAkkolyte), and Jason Jackson (Alvin Fielder, Pauline Oliveros, William Parker) on tenor and barry is their saxophone firebrand. Furthermore, the group features guitarist Jonathan Horne (Plutonium Farmers, ex-White Denim) and prolific wordsmith and improviser JAWWAAD on trumpet, electronics, and rhymes, and it is here that structural similarities between the Young Mothers and Flaten's other folksy-modal projects end.

The Young Mothers was named after a Houston community project for teen mothers (Project Row Houses) that Flaten's then-partner had been a part of, and while it may strike one as an odd moniker for a group that melds free improvisation, Tejano-inspired horn lines, the long unfurling electricity of surf rock, tough word-science and crust metal vocals, but relocating to a then-unfamiliar locale and birthing/raising a melange of sonic approaches into a working ensemble is not insignificant, if not quite actual motherhood. (On a side note; another strong connection to the Project Row Houses is the Houstonian artist and legendary sculptor Jesse Lott who made the beautiful album art!) Anyways, while they may have exhibited a homespun ricketiness in the beginning, through touring nationwide and after several festival performances and tours in Europe they've honed their sound into something truly their own, and one that's not insignificantly comparable to historical melds in Scandinavian-American-World Music - the work of Don CherryMaffy Falay's Sevda, and more recent efforts from Two Bands and a Legend and The Cherry Thing successfully merge varied strains of contemporary music with creative improvisation. Flaten's round, deep tone and precise attack certainly act as an anchor, a fulcrum for sculpted vibraphone resonance, the dry breaks and shimmering floes of Rosaly's kit, all of which stoke Horne's flinty guitar and the throaty exhortations of brass and verbal declaration. Check "Black Tar Caviar" for some of the most unruly combinations of threads on this disc; from dual cymbal and tuned gong tempi supporting Jackson's Gato Barbieri-like burrs, the palette of accents gradually increases until feedback-laden scorch signals a second movement, raps and death howls in tandem against a Cherry-like folk theme and sludgy electric bass grooves/strangled flourishes. It's a fine microcosm of ten of what The Young Mothers are up to. 

And as Håker Flaten tells us; "a lot has changed since I initiated this band in 2012, it has grown into its own thing with a truly collective spirit. I created a monster and its time to let go" - luckily for all of us, this band has stretched its legs further than the Houston/Austin/Dallas triangle and we at Self Sabotage Records are ready to help them to hopefully reach out much further with an album we believe is remarkable! We hope you feel the same.

Morose will be available on LP, CD and download on June 22, 2018 out via Self Sabotage Records (Pre-order at Big Cartel-Self Sabotage).

05/30 Poitiers, FR @ Jazz & Poitiers
05/31 Oslo, NO @ Blå
06/02 Bergen, NO @ Verftet/Nattjazz
06/05 Barcelona, ES @ Sala Artte
06/06 Huesca, Spain @ TBD
06/07 Trieste, IT @ Dobialab
06/08 Novara, IT @ Novara Jazz
06/09 Novara, IT @ Novara Jazz
06/10 Novara, IT @ Novara Jazz
06/12 Montreal, QC @ La Sala Rosa
06/13 Hamilton, ON @ Something Else Festival 

Artist: The Young Mothers
Album: Morose
Record Label: Self Sabotage Records
Release Date: June 22nd, 2018

01. Attica Black
02. Black Tar Caviar
03. Bodiless Arms
04. Francisco
05. Untitled #1
06. Jazz Oppression
07. Morose
08. Osaka
09. Untitled #2
10. Shanghai

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Thursday, May 17, 2018

Mike Spine shares 2 new tracks, "like The Kinks' Ray Davies meets Ted Leo"

"Gorgeously arranged folk-rock...Likely to get stuck in your head after the first spin." -- TrebleZine

"Spine balances punk energy, his own political frustrations and bursts of guitar shredding with catchy harmonies, making for a sound that brings to mind the likes of Joe Strummer and Ted Leo but with a slightly gritty edge." -- Glide Magazine

Seattle/Europe based troubadour Mike Spine shares new tracks from his forthcoming double album anthology today. GhettoBlaster Magazine hosts the singsong ballad "Kiss and Remember" HERE (Soundcloud), while Glide Magazine shares the rocking anthem "Meteorite" HERE (Soundcloud.)

TrebleZine recently unveiled "Crumble" HERE(Soundcloud.) And, UK outlet XSnoize previously shared lead single "Delirious" HERE. (Direct Soundcloud.)

Mike Spine is a critically acclaimed Seattle born and Seattle/Europe based musician known for his captivating live performances, intelligent songwriting and support of humanitarian issues. He has played hundreds of shows in five continents since 1995 and has received press and radio airplay throughout the US, Europe, UK and Asia.

Forage & Glean, Volumes I & II, is the 10th full-length studio album for Mike Spine. It is a 32 track double album, an anthology containing the best of Mike's songwriting and recordings from the last two decades.

Volume I is a collection of Spine's best work of folk rock and rock songs, including the memorable and more relevant than ever "Crumble", personal political songs such as "Meteorite", and the labor themed "Sand in Your Teeth".  There's also a hauntingly beautiful version of "The French Girl" and the stripped down "Black Diamond", the lyrically dense and moving tale of families immigrating to work in the coalmines outside Seattle in the early 1900's.

Volume II contains Spine's more explosive rock and punk material. It opens with the dynamic anti-war song "Kiss and Remember" and then launches into fiery, complex and catchy rockers, which touch on the themes of global warming with "Second Hand", empire "Transylvania" and the anti-corruption song, "Power Broker", before transitioning into the hook filled songs like "Iron Lake" hybrid country punk song "Another Day" and the rocker version of "Meteorite".

For twenty years, Mike Spine bounced between the worlds of folk rock, underground rock and punk, while simultaneously working as an inner city language arts and social studies teacher in Seattle, Portland, New York and London.

Since retiring from public school teaching in 2011, Mike has spent his time focused on music, having performed hundreds of concerts and benefit shows in multiple continents, ranging from Italy to Vietnam, Cambodia and Costa Rica. The last few years he has split his time between the US and Europe, touring extensively throughout the EU and often living out of a motorhome for months at a time.

The songs on Forage & Glean were predominantly recorded and mixed at Haywire Recording in Portland, Oregon with longtime engineer Rob Bartleson (Wilco, Pink Martini, Pond, etc.). The album was mastered by Ed Brooks (Pearl Jam, REM, Heart, Fleet Foxes, etc.) at RFI/Resonant in Seattle, Washington. 

The recordings were made with a highly talented pool of band mates from the United States, Europe and South America over the last decade. 

Core musicians on Volume I include Joey Prude and Chris Croft on Drums, Martin Flores on guitars, Katie Toft and Ali Ippolito on piano, accordion and backing vocals, Amelia Claire on backing vocals, Robert Bartleson on electric bass, Brian Casey on upright bass, Barbara Luna on violin and Mike Spine on guitars, vocals, songwriting, arrangements, etc.

Core musicians on Volume II include: Jeff Gall and Chris Croft on drums, Martin Flores on guitars, Richie Parish on guitar and bass, Jack Peters on bass, Amelia Claire on backing vocals and Mike Spine on guitars, vocals, etc.

Forage & Glean, Volumes I & II will be available on CD and download on June 1st, 2018. Pre-orders are available HERE.

05/23 Milan, IT @ Al Baggese
06/02 Lake Como, IT @ Mountain Lake Music Festival
06/03 Lake Como, IT @ Mountain Lake Music Festival

Artist: Mike Spine
Album: Forage & Glean, Volumes I & II
Label: Global Seepej Records
Release Date: June 1st, 2018

01. Delirious
02. Meteorite
03. Sand In Your Teeth
04. The French Girl
05. Crumble
06. Sinaloa
07. La Frontera
08. Primrose Hill
09. Nora
10. Mouth of Hell
11. Razors
12. The Beautiful Sunset
13. Cutter
14. Black Diamond
15. The Accordion
16. Spanish Anarchy

Volume II

01. Kiss and Remember
02. Second Hand
03. Transylvania
04. Power Broker
05. Iron Lake
06. Another Day
07. Meteorite (Rock Version)
08. Lick and Squeal
09. Miklukho-Maklay
10. La Frontera (Rock Version)
11. Mott Haven
12. First Day of Spring
13. Mouth of Hell (Rock Version)
14. The Ointment
15. Joys of Oil
16. Battle in Seattle

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Wednesday, May 16, 2018

The Scientists announce first-ever U.S. tour, Aussie garage-punk legends reunite for rare dates & new singles

Australian punk legends, and unwitting influencers of the original "grunge" sound, The Scientists announce their first-ever U.S. tour today. the brief trek kicks off September 28th in Portland, OR. Please see all dates below. 

Founder and songwriter Kim Salmon has reunited the mid-80s lineup with Tony Thewlis, Boris Sujdovic, and Leanne Cowie with plans to release a few new singles on In The Red Records

Hear & share The Scientists' Absolute "best of" compilation (originally released on Sub Pop in 1991) at Bandcamp

09/28 Portland, OR @ Dante’s w/ Mudhoney
09/29 Seattle, WA @ The Neptune w/ Mudhoney
09/30 San Francisco, CA @ The Chapel
10/02 Los Angeles, CA @ Zebulon
10/03 Los Angeles, CA @ Zebulon
10/05 Austin, TX @ Beerland
10/06 Austin, TX @ Beerland
10/07 Chicago, IL @ The East Room
10/09 Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool
10/10 Brooklyn, NY @ Union Pool
10/11 Greenfield, MA @ The Root Cellar

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Tuesday, May 15, 2018

The Elephant Parallax streaming hook-laden new album via Metal Injection

"Has elements of Karnivool's love of delay pedals, the spastic stylings of The Mars Volta, and maybe a touch of the vocal work you'd heard in 3. So everything good about progressive rock, basically!" -- Metal Injection

"An interesting beast that defies easy categorization. Fans of quirky, tight bands with lots of attitude and nuance like Biffy Clyro and Dredg should find a whole lot to like here." -- Metal Sucks

The Elephant Parallax are streaming their forthcoming release Loam & Sky ahead of release starting today via Metal Injection. Hear and share Loam & Sky in full HERE. (Direct Soundcloud.)

Metal Sucks recently launched epic closing track "Incenfeminalgia II" HERE. Heavy Blog Is Heavy shared "Ohrei" HERE. And, Metal Injection previously shared the hook-laden single "The Conscious" HERE.

The Elephant Parallax is a heavy eclectic band native to Los Angeles. Its members include David Renteria on guitars, Stephen Charouhas on bass, and Paul Charouhas on drums. Vocals are shared by all members. 

Loam & Sky is the sonic exploration of earthly lows and divine highs, the microcosmic space of thoughts and dreams, devastating loss, love, and ability to evolve through time. A paradigm-shifting, range broadening release that leaps forward into new sonic spaces for The Elephant Parallax. It was recorded at L.A.'s legendary Ocean Way Recording (Rolling Stones, Michael Jackson, Tom Petty) which contributes to the massive and classic sound of the songs. 

David Renteria formed the concept for the band in 2007 as a musical symposium of united outcasts, and found Stephen and Paul to complete the group. The band started working on arranging complex and challenging material, with a frontiersman approach, where each member's influences and musical personalities were explored. The group completed a demo in late 2007 entitled Apes Who Looked Up followed by their debut album, the Elephant Parallax, released in 2010. The band's live performances showcase their diverse musicianship, intense energy, and raw passion forged and driven by sound, in full spectrum. 

Loam & Sky will be available on CD and download on May 18th, 2018. Pre-orders are available HERE.

06/14 Los Angeles, CA @ The Redwood 

Artist: The Elephant Parallax
Album: Loam & Sky
Label: Self-released
Release Date: May 18th, 2018

01. The Conscious
02. Star Stuff
03. Ohrei
04. Incenfeminalgia II

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Svvamp premiere new single from upcoming RidingEasy sophomore album via Doomed & Stoned

"A near-perfect debut record." -- New Noise Magazine

"There isn't one song that wouldn't work as a 45rpm single. And perhaps the band's greatest strength lies in their utter lack of pretense." -- The Obelisk

"An irresistibly bluesy stoner romp that’s every bit as addictive as their first." -- Doomed & Stoned

"Arguably the band of the year." -- Doom Charts 

Jönköping, Sweden trio Svvamp premiere a new single from their forthcoming sophomore album Svvamp 2 today via Doomed & Stoned. Hear and share "Alligator" HERE. (Direct YouTube.)

The Obelisk recently shared "Hillside" HERE. (Direct YouTube.) Paste Magazine previously launched the lead single, "Queen" HERE

Svvamp’s self-titled debut was a breath of fresh air -- unpretentious and free, primordial homespun classic rock that landed in the Top 20 Albums of 2016 in the Doom Charts consortium of writers and radio. The most common remark being just how genuine and uncontrived it sounded, unlike most bands that posture and mimic the sounds of yesteryear.

So, it may be hard to grasp how fully realized the band sounds on Svvamp 2, while still sounding as laid back as their debut. Perhaps it can be partly attributed to Svvamp’s jump from self-recording on a 4-channel cassette deck to self-recording on a comparatively expansive SIX-channel system. That’s two whole more tracks to fill up, folks! The obvious comparison to the groundbreaking psychedelic albums of the late 60s, when artists began experimenting with studios moving from 4, to 8 to 16 tracks, is fitting here, too.

“On Svvamp 2 the sound is more raw in the sense that it’s stripped,” vocalist/ drummer Adam Johansson explains. “So the music is more bare. We make sure all of the instruments are treated equally, they all have their place in a song. Obviously, with 6-tracks now available we’ve had a bit of fun with that.”

Svvamp is three friends -- Johansson, Henrik Bjorklund and Erik Stahlgren, all of whom share lead vocal duties -- drawn together for the sake of jamming and a love of rock, folk and blues. Their resulting heavy psych sound bears hints of Cream, Eric Bell-era Thin Lizzy, CCR and Crazy Horse.

Svvamp 2 opens with a lightly plucked electric guitar line that Clapton would be proud to claim his own, before quickly launching into the heavy riff anthem “Queen”, echoing the bare chested bravado of Grand Funk Railroad. “Sunshine Street” is charmingly unapologetic garage pop reminiscent of Big Star. “The Wheel” is a hook-loaded bluesy rocker, while “How Sweet It Would Be” hearkens to the glazed zombie drive of Canned Heat’s “On The Road Again.” Elsewhere, “Alligator” brings on a showstopping stomp of dueling guitars, syncopated drums and wailing, distorted vocal howls to close out the proceedings with fitting aplomb.

“We definitely wanted to mix styles and genres, so the music stays interesting for the band, like the first record,” Johansson says. “Our approach is still fairly straightforward and live. And, all of us sharing lead vocal duties solidifies that the band consists of three equal members.”

Svvamp 2 will be available on LP, CD and download on June 8th, 2018 via RidingEasy Records. Preorders are available at

Artist: Svvamp
Album: Svvamp 2
Label: RidingEasy Records 
Release Date: June 8, 2016

01) Intro
02) Queen
03) The Wheel
04) Sunshine Street
05) How Sweet It Would Be 
06) Hillside
07) Surrender
08) Out Of Line
09) Blues Inside
10) Alligator 

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Thursday, May 10, 2018

Weathered Statues stream dark post-punk album early, Wovenhand, Planes Mistaken For Stars, Slim Cessna's Auto Club collaborators explore 'Borderlands'

"A culmination of influences, ranging from darkwave and post-punk to synthpop, shoegaze and new wave...  Again and again, the outfit finds lyrical and musical hooks that capture the listener's attention and bring them back for repeated listens." -- PopMatters

"Vast hooks mesh with harsh riffs. Ghostly melodies mingle with industrial synths." -- Echoes & Dust

Denver heavy post-punk quartet Weathered Statues are streaming their forthcoming Svart Records debut today in its entirety via Echoes & Dust. hear and share the dark and brooding, yet aggressive and infectious Borderlands HERE

PopMatters recently shared album track "Betrayal" HERENew Noise Magazine hosted "The Silver Cliff" HERE. TrebleZine premiered "Ossuary" HERE

Darkness and light: They strike an unsettling balance on Borderlands, the debut full-length by Weathered Statues, due May 11 from Svart Records.

Across the album's ten songs, the Denver four-piece walks a shadowy liminal zone. On one side is darkwave, deathrock, and vintage postpunk; on the other is synthpop, shoegaze, and classic new wave. Vast hooks mesh with harsh riffs. Ghostly melodies mingle with industrial synths. The band draws on their formative years immersed in the music of Siouxsie and the Banshees, Killing Joke, Xmal Deutschland, Echo and the Bunnymen, Christian Death, and The Cure. At the same time, Borderlands resonates alongside the work of contemporary groups like Wax Idols, Soft Kill, Preoccupations, and Merchandise.

The members of Weathered Statues -- singer/keyboardist Jennie Mather, guitarist/keyboardist Jason Heller, bassist Bryan Flanagan, and drummer Andrew Warner -- are all veterans of the underground music scene. Jason played in The Blue Ontario with members of Christie Front Drive. Jennie and Jason played in Hyacinth with members of Minsk and Lake of Violet. Jennie, Jason, and Andrew played in Cloak of Organs with members of Planes Mistaken for Stars and Wovenhand. And Andrew also serves as the current drummer of Slim Cessna's Auto Club.

Jennie, a hospital nurse by trade, imbues her lyrics with delicacy, ferocity, and the mysteries of the human heart, mind, and body.

Borderlands was recorded at Module Overload Studio by Jamie Hillyer (who captured Green Druid's Ashen Blood for Earache). Keith Curts of the industrial duo Echo Beds (The Flenser) contributes a synth solo to the album's slashing final track "Holy Masquerade." The opening song, "Corpse Candle," has been remixed by Lol Tolhurst, co-founder of The Cure; the remix won't appear on Borderlands, but will be unveiled separately in the coming weeks.

05/11 Denver, CO @ The Hi-Dive (Album release show)

Artist: Weathered Statues
Album: Borderlands
Label: Svart Records
Release Date: May 11th, 2018

01. Corpse Candle
02. Betrayal
03. Dark Tides
04. Heather
05. Hypnagogia
06. The Silver Cliff
07. Sabbat
08. The Widow Sunday
09. Ossuary
10. Holy Masquerade

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Wednesday, May 9, 2018

Here Lies Man share new single from forthcoming album 'You Will Know Nothing' (RidingEasy Records)

Los Angeles quintet Here Lies Man share a new single from their forthcoming anticipated sophomore album today via Bandcamp and YouTube. The album, You Will Know Nothing will be released June 15th via RidingEasy Records

Back in March, the band dropped the first song, "Fighting" via YouTube

Here Lies Man play the prestigious Primavera Sound festival in Barcelona, Spain in May before hitting the road with Earthless in June. Later in Fall, the band hits the massive Desert Daze festival in Southern California. Please see current dates below. 

Here Lies Man took the music world by storm in 2017 with their self-titled debut positing the intriguing hypothesis: What if Black Sabbath played Afrobeat

Rough Trade named Here Lies Man in their prestigious Top 10 Albums of 2017. BBC 6 & Classic Rock Magazine deemed it among the year's best, as well as countless other press outlets singing its praises. 

This June, the L.A. band comprised of Antibalas members quickly follow their auspicious debut with the even more thoroughly realized album You Will Know Nothing. Its 11 tracks expand upon the band's exploration of heavy riff-based rock and psych within the ancient rhythmic formula of the clave.

"We're very conscious of how the rhythms service the riffs," explains founder and vocalist/guitarist/multi-instrumentalist Marcos Garcia (who also plays guitar in Antibalas) of the band's sound. "Tony Iommi's (Black Sabbath) innovation was to make the riff the organizing principle of a song. We are taking that same approach but employing a different organizing principle: For Iommi it was the blues, for us it comes directly from Africa."

Sonically, on You Will Know Nothing the dynamic range is thicker, crisper and more powerful. It glistens as much as it blasts. The songs are even catchier, more anthemic, and the production reflects that of a band truly come into its own. Lyrically, it's an equally more conceptualized effort that reflects upon states of being and consciousness - a driving force that carries throughout the words and moods of all of the band's releases, interconnected to their trancelike music. Here Lies Man have honed their sound and their focus, and soon, you will truly know Nothing

"We wanted to go deeper with the sonic experience," says Garcia. "Even though it sounds more hi-fi than the first record, it was important that it didn't sound too polished." 

While You Will Know Nothing certainly maintains its gritty grooves, there's an interesting conceptual mathematics to the entire proceedings. "There are interludes between each song that are 2/3 to 3/4 of the tempo of the previous song," Garcia says. "The reason it breaks down to 2 over 3 or 3 over 4 is that everything in the music rhythmically corresponds to a set of mathematical algorithms known as the clave. The clave is an ancient organizing rhythmic principle developed in Africa."

"We dove deep into the texture of the music, beyond the groove and the riff," says HLM cofounder and drummer Geoff Mann (former Antibalas drummer and son of jazz musician Herbie Mann.) "Although something might sound like one instrument, there are subtle layers shifting through. It's definitely a headphone album."

Garcia and Mann recorded the album much like they did the debut, at their own L.A. studio on a Tascam 388 8-track tape machine. Congas were later recorded by percussionists Richard Panta and Reinaldo DeJesus. Then, Garcia went to NY to record interludes with former Antibalas keyboardist Victor Axelrod. Mixing took the most time in order to find the proper sonic space for each layer of musical detail, with first album engineer Jeremy Page mixing the drums and the band tackling the remainder while also juggling a hectic touring schedule.

Here Lies Man has already spent much of early 2018 on tour, with dates supporting Antibalas and Fu Manchu as well as a headlining trek through the EU & UK. Many summer festival dates and headline tours await later in the year as Here Lies Man continues its infectious charge onward. 

You Will Know Nothing will be available on LP, CD and download on June 15th, 2018 via RidingEasy Records

05/22 San Diego, CA @ Soda Bar
05/23 Visalia, CA @ Cellar Door
05/27 Palm Springs, CA @ Ace Hotel 
05/31 Barcelona, ES @ Primavera Sound Festival 
06/05 Asheville, NC @ Mothlight *
06/06 Atlanta, GA @ Masquerade *
06/07 Spartansburg, SC @ Ground Zero *
06/08 Orlando, FL @ Wills Pub * 
06/09 Tallahassee, FL @ The Wilbury *
06/10 Baton Rouge, LA @ Spanish Moon *
06/12 Houston, TX @ White Oak Upstairs *
06/13 Austin, TX @ Barracuda *
06/14 Ft Worth, TX @ Ridgela Room *
06/15 Memphis, TN @ Growlers *
06/26 Seattle, WA @ Nectar Lounge
06/27 Bellingham, WA @ The Shakedown
06/28 Vancouver, BC @ Fox Cabaret
06/29 Portland, OR @ Star Theater
06/30 Grant's Pass, OR @ The Haul
07/01 Chico, CA @ Naked Lounge
07/02 San Francisco, CA @ The Chapel
07/05 Los Angeles, CA @ Resident DTLA
08/24 Hudson Valley, NY @ Huichica Festival
08/31 Los Angeles, CA @ Levitt Pavillion (MacArthur Park)
10/12-14 Lake Perris, CA @ Desert Daze 2018

* w/ Earthless

Artist: Here Lies Man
Album: You Will Know Nothing
Label: RidingEasy Records
Release Date: June 15, 2018

01. Animal Noises
02. Summon Fire
03. Blindness
04. That Much Closer
05. Hell (Wooly Tail)
06. Voices At The Window 
07. Taking the Blame 
08. Fighting
09. Floating On Water 
10. Memory Games 
11. You Ought To Know 

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