The No. 1 Source For Breaking Music and Film Headlines

A Sunny Day in Glasgow to release free album in October

on August 23, 2010, 1:10pm

Philly dream-pop collective A Sunny Day in Glasgow come out with a new one October 19th and, to quote the esteemed Bob Barker, the price is right. As in, it’s free. Titled Autumn, Again, the album features eleven new songs, all outtakes from the band’s 2009 release Ashes Grammar. In addition to the free MP3s, the band is pressing 500 copies on maroon vinyl. No CD version will be available.

They already released an outtakes EP, leading us to wonder how many damn songs these guys recorded last year. One thing’s  for sure: “This Assclown Eats Ambien” poses a definite challenge to Of Montreal’s “Godly Intersex” for Song Title of the Year (also in the running: !!!’s “Jamie, My Intentions Are Bass” and Titus Andronicus’ “A Pot in Which to Piss”).

Hopefully we’ll get a first peek at some of these songs when A Sunny Day headlines Consequence of Sounds Philly FM/ Showcase on September 23rd. Tickets are still available!

Autumn, Again Tracklist:
01. Autumn, again
02. Fall in love
03. Petition to refrain from repetition
04. Sigh, inhibitionist (Come all day with me)
05. Moments on the lawn
06. Drink drank drunk
07. Violet Mary haunts me OR Loss of forgetfulness on Renfrew Street
08. How does somebody say when they like you?
09. Calling it love isn’t love (Don’t fall in love)
10. This assclown eats ambien OR Nobody likes you (No Art)
11. 100/0 (Snowdays forever)

No comments