Posted by katie on June 6th, 2012
A Place To Bury Strangers share the second single off their new album, Worship. Titled “And I’m Up,” the single is something singer Oliver Ackermann calls “that classic 50’s vibe our parents grew up loving oh so much and then cramming down our throats through subliminal early life listening.” Stream “And I’m Up” below!
The track premiered earlier this morning on Consequence of Sound, who writes, “The New York noise-rockers took control of their latest record, not only recording and mixing it themselves, but actually building the tools used to do all that. You can hear how all that hard work paid off in the latest album track to be released, ‘And I’m Up.'” Read the full review HERE.
Worship is out June 24, but here’s a little secret: When you pre-order the album, you’ll receive an instant gratification code, which allows you to download the ENTIRE album before it’s released. Better yet? If you purchase the deluxe bundle, you’ll be entered to win a Death By Audio ‘Fuzz War’ effects pedal, make by Oliver Ackermann himself. YOU KNOW YOU WANT THAT PEDAL! Pre-order HERE.
Don’t miss APTBS on tour! Right now they’re on the road with This Will Destroy You. See all their dates HERE.