Music News - Band of Horses

I have to say - the 2006 album that I still listen to with the most regularity is the debut from Band of Horses, Everything All The Time. Having just seen them play a free show at McCarren Park Pool in Brooklyn last weekend I can safely say the new material is strong, as they shared about 4 or 5 new songs during their 1 hour set.

Sub Pop will release the follow up album on October 9. Cease To Begin will feature 10 songs, and lead singer/songwriter Ben Bridwell had this to say about the new songs in a recent interview over at Pitchfork: "I guess the first record had some kind of country-ish leanings and things [but] I think there’s maybe a little bit more of [that] feeling on it, a little more down-home, I guess, and not so much indie rock".

The track list is as follows:

1 Is There A Ghost
2 Ode to LRC
3 No One's Gonna Love You
4 Detlef Schrempf
5 The General Specific
6 Lamb On The Lam (In The City)
7 Islands On The Coast
8 Marry Song
9 Cigarettes, Wedding Bands
10 Window Blues

The band is currently out on the road supporting Modest Mouse with a string of midwest headlining dates in the middle of their schedule. Tour Dates:

1 Morrison, CO - Red Rocks Amphitheatre *
3 Kansas City, MO - City Market *
4 Iowa City, IA - Picador
6 Pittsburgh, PA - Diesel Club Lounge
7 Washington, DC - 9:30 Club
9 South Burlington, VT - Higher Ground
10 Montreal, Quebec - La Sala Rosa
11 Toronto, Ontario - Lee's Palace
12 Buffalo, NY - Traif Music Hall
13 Detroit, MI - Magic Stick
15 Columbus, OH - LC Amphitheater *
16 Cleveland, OH - Time Warner Cable Amphitheatre *
17 Northampton, MA - Pines Theatre *
18 Mansfield, MA - Tweeter Center [Download Festival]
19 Philadelphia, PA - Festival Pier *
21 Louisville, KY - Lousville Gardens *
22 Nashville, TN - Ryman Auditorium *


2 East Troy, WI - Alpine Theatre [Download Festival]
(from Everything All The Time. Buy here)

1 comment:

Wayne said...

Absolutely loved their first album, so definitely looking forward to the second one.