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Stream The Dismemberment Plan’s new album, Uncanney Valley

on October 06, 2013, 11:17pm

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The Dismemberment Plan are streaming their first album in 12 years, Uncanney Valley, in full one week ahead of its release date (October 15th via Partisan Records). Take a listen now at NPR.org.

The follow-up to 2001’s Change was recorded in Baltimore and marks the first time the band didn’t utilize an outside producer (Guitarist Jason Caddell helmed the boards.)

According to Partisan, the resulting 10-track album “maintains The Dismemberment Plan’s unique sound while simultaneously allowing them to open up and expand on the foundation of their celebrated back catalog.” Inspired by everything from dance-punk to Jackson Browne, it’s as varied as any of their career, making ample room for sweet, syncopated ballads and the band’s trademark post-punk assault. Adds guitarist Jason Caddell, “Generally we have deeply broad taste in a lot of different types of music, and it’s not a fashion statement. It’s a genuine heartfelt appreciation, and I think you can hear that in our music.”

Pre-orders for the album are ongoing. Below, watch CoS staff writer Dan Caffrey interview the band prior to their performance at last month’s Riot Fest.

Uncanney Valley Tracklist:
01. No One’s Saying Nothing
02. Waiting
03. Invisible
04. White Collar White Trash
05. Living in Song
06. Lookin’
07. Daddy Was a Real Good Dancer
08. Mexico City Christmas
09. Go and Get It
10. Let’s Just Go to the Dogs Tonight

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