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LISTEN // Califone Premieres Title Track “Stitches” Off New Album Out September 3rd

Califone just dropped the title track to their new album Stiches, a followup to their 2009 release, All My Friends Are Funeral Singers. Stitches comes out September 3rd and you can check out the album cover and track list below. New to Califone? Get acquainted with this great YouTube playlist and Spotify playlist we made of some of their essential tracks! Califone tours a handful of dates starting in Chicago on June 28th and the rest of the dates can be found here.

Track Listing:
1. Movie Music Kills A Kiss
2. Stitches
3. Frosted Tips
4. Magdalene
5. Bells Break Arms
6. moonbath.brainsalt.a.holy.fool
7. Moses
8. A Thin Skin of Bullfight Dust
9. We are a Payphone
10. turtle eggs/an optimist

TOUR ALERT // Califone Want to Play in Your Living Room – Invite Them Over


Hello friends far and wide. Califone want to play in a living room near you, so let’s make it happen. Yup, they are looking for spaces to play throughout April, May and June. Have an idea or want to bring them to your place? Send an email to califone@undertowmusic.com with YOUR ADDRESS / PHOTOS OF LIVING ROOM / “CALIFONE LIVING ROOM SHOW” & name of your CITY in the subject line. MAKE SURE YOU READ THIS POST & CONTRACT before you submit – cool? Deadline for submissions is February 26 and the tour routing is listed below. Read the rest of this entry »

Jealous Butcher Reissues Califone’s ‘Sometimes Good Weather Follows Bad People’ on Vinyl


Happy Friday! Jealous Butcher have announced they will reissue Califone’s Sometimes Good Weather Follows Bad People with a planned release date of November 6! Originally the album was a CD-only release. How the times have changed! The album is now available as an expanded double LP edition, along with new artwork. Four previously unreleased songs from the final Red Red Meat recording sessions are also featured on the new reissue. Order your copy fast >>> the first 300 copies are on translucent light blue vinyl!

WATCH: New Video for Bill Fay’s “This World”

Premiering today at Stereogum, the new video for Bill Fay’s “This World” features Super 8 film projected onto faces of people, a combination of both strangers to and friends of the director. Bill’s labelmate and long time fan, Califone’s Tim Rutili, directed the video, commenting, “thinking about making images for this music triggered faces and memory. It made me want to stare into a stranger’s eyes.” To add ease to the up-close filming, Rutili asked participants to talk about their very first childhood memory. You’ll notice a cameo of Jesus Lizard’s David Yow. Watch above.

Bill Fay’s Life Is People came out last week and has since received numerous rave reviews from fans and critics alike! Check it all out at Any Decent Music, who has compiled a great list for your reading pleasure. You can order your copy from SC Distribution!

Two Chances to See Califone in NYC this Week!

If you’re going to be in New York City this week, you’ve got two chances to see Califone! As part of the prestigious New York Guitar Festival, Califone will debut their original film score to Buster Keaton’s Go West. See it live one night only this Thursday, January 19th at Merkin Concert Hall; this will truly be a unique opportunity to see Califone. Show details HERE.

When asked about the opportunity to create the film score, Tim Rutili (of Califone) said, “Califone scoring music for a Buster Keaton film makes almost too much sense. We will try to capture the inner stillness and the outer chaos on Buster’s migration west. Perfect.” The Silent Films/Live Guitar series celebrates the excellence of chosen guitarists. In pairing these artists with a silent film, each is given the opportunity to create a soundtrack out of their own diverse and innovative backgrounds.

The fun doesn’t stop there! Califone will play a second show at Littlefield the following evening, Friday, January 20th. Gem Club will open! View show details HERE.

 

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