Image Courtesy of The Low Anthem
American indie-folk four-piece The Low Anthem haven’t released a studio album since 2011’s amazing Smart Flesh, but that’s all set to change with the announcement of their upcoming long player Eyeland.
Eyeland is was recorded and produced by the band over the last four years and will be released on the 17th June.
“We self-recorded and mixed Eyeland together during a four year metamorphosis while cocooning in Providence’s once abandoned Columbus Theatre,” The Low Anthem explained. “Along the way we lost some dear friends, labels, managers, cars, couch quarters, haystacks, brain cells and our much vaunted better angels. But some of it was worth it.”
The first track from Eyeland is “Ozzie” and is streaming now over on NPR.