New Los Campesinos! Album
Fresh off their release of Hold On Now Youngster, Los Campesinos! are releasing their second album this year. The new album will be titled We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed and will be available on October 14th. Here is what the band had to say about it:
We at Los Campesinos! are very happy to announce the release of a new record.
Coming on October 13th is We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed: ten brand new tracks recorded in Seattle from June 12-23rd with our dear friend Mr John Goodmanson (Blonde Redhead, Sleater-Kinney, Bikini Kill, Wedding Present, Wu Tang) and mixed immediately after at Monnow Valley in Wales.
And despite 'Hold On Now, Youngster...' being only 5 or so months old, we wanted to emphasise that this is no post-album cash in.
It's no B-Sides and rarities or "songs that weren't good enough to be on the album cobbled together with some remixes and field recordings of Cardiff's indie scene"; it's ten all-new tracks that none of you have ever heard before.
Sure, we considered re-releasing a radio-edit of 'You! Me! Dancing!' and trying to get famous and scraping another tour out of that, but our parents unanimously agreed that if we did they would never speak to us again.
Rather, we are blessed with having an incredibly supportive record label in Wichita, and they are as excited about such freedom, frivolities and spontaneity in releases as we are.
So the tracklisting looks like this:
1. Ways To Make It Through The Wall
3. We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed
4. Between An Erupting Earth And An Exploding Sky
5. You'll Need Those Fingers For Crossing
6. It's Never That Easy Though, Is It? (Song For The Other Kurt)
7. The End Of The Asterisk
8. Documented Minor Emotional Breakdown # 1
9. Heart Swells/Pacific Daylight Time
10. All Your Kayfabe Friends
This now begs the question, can an artist have two albums on someone's favorite releases of the year? I guess we will have to wait for October to answer that one. In the meantime, enjoy an old favorite.
mp3: We Throw Parties, You Throw Knives
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