After two years of constant touring and recording, Brooklyn’s A Place To Bury Strangers will release their new album Transfixiation Feb. 17, 2015 via Dead Oceans. Transfixiation, the fourth album from the band, is a bold experimental step forward. Rather than fixating on precious recording techniques and minute details, the members of the group – guitarist/singer Olvier Ackermann, bassist Dion Lunadon, and hard-hitting drummer Robi Gonzalez – trusted their instincts and tried to keep things as pure as possible. Check out single “Straight” above, or listen on Soundcloud / YouTube.
The band has also announced a string of upcoming European and North American tour dates. Click read more to see album art, track listing, and all tour dates.
We are very excited to be in attendance at the Independent Label Market tomorrow with a long list of other fantastic indie labels! We’ll have vinyl, rare items, and more for you to mull over buying with your hard earned money but we would love just to see you and say hello!
Our table is located by the Commercial St entrace to the Market in between Soul Jazz Records and Vice Records. To see a list of some special items we are offering at the market plus a map of all the vendors, see below.
Hello Europe! A Place To Bury Strangers is coming to you for a string of dates this Fall starting in Belgium! Watch the 2013 European Tour trailer above and then peep the full list of dates with ticket links BELOW.
A Place To Bury Strangers end this week with the leadoff track from their Dead Moon covers LP, Strange Moon, an exclusive Record Story Day release. You can jam “Don’t Burn the Fires’ above. Like what you hear? Better get up early tomorrow (Saturday, April 20) and pick up the album on “Waxing Gibbous” yellow vinyl.
Here’s a wee bit of a reminder: A Place To Bury Strangers are playing a handful of shows with Japandroids this summer. Check out all the dates!