Previously only available on a Record Store Day 7-inch.
Record Store Day
The band’s new album, King’s Mouth, received a limited release for Record Store Day.
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The duo was joined by Jane’s Addiction’s Eric Avery and Pearl Jam’s Mike McCready.
22° Lunar Halo is the musical accompaniment to a brand new work by Taiwanese choreographer Tsung-lung, while Variations On Darkness soundtracks a series of choreographed performances from the Iceland Dance Company.
Something on which to spin all that sweet new vinyl.
“Poison the Well” is set to debut later this month.
The band’s longtime manager, Nick John, passed away in September after battling pancreatic cancer.
Pearl Jam, Courtney Barnett, Erykah Badu, Jeff Buckley, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Death Grips, and Mastodon highlight this year’s allotment of exclusive releases.
The limited-edition vinyl release will be available for Record Store Day.
The annual celebration returns Saturday, April 13th.
An adorably mini version of the band’s Broken Boy Soldiers cut “Store Bought Bones”.
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The band had originally planned to record two EPs, but those plans have evolved substantially.