Lo Tom is the new indie super group that features David Bazan, Jason Martin, Trey Many, and TW Walsh. Today, Stereogum is streaming their debut self-titled LP. You can check that out at http://www.stereogum.com/1951433/stream-pedro-the-lionstarflyer-59-supergroup-lo-toms-debut-album/music/album-stream/
Lo Tom’s debut will be out this Friday, July 14th via Barsuk records. You can pre-order it at https://www.barsuk.com/shop/bark167
The Meltdown – The Meltdown 3.23
This week I have new music from Starflyer 59, David Bazan, Glacier Veins, Gates, and more.
Happy Hump Day indeed! NPR music sat down with Jason Martin and talked to him about Starflyer 59’s new record Slow. Jason also gives an explanation of each track on the record. You can also stream Slow in it’s entirety. Give it a listen at http://www.npr.org/sections/allsongs/2016/06/08/480924647/jason-martin-explains-starflyer-59s-slow-track-by-track
Today Tooth and Nail and Starflyer 59 have confirmed their reunion and the new Starflyer 59 album, Slow. The band has also premiered a brand new track called Wrongtime. You can now pre-order Slow at http://merchnow.com/catalogs/starflyer-59 and you can listen to Wrongtime below.
No official announcement from the label or band has been made yet but information for Starflyer 59’s 14th LP, Slow, have appeared on the Red Distribution page. According to Red’s page the band will be releasing Slow on their long time label, Tooth and Nail. Slow will hit stores on June 17th. You can see the track listing below.
2. Told Me So
4. Hi Low
Jason Martin and Ryan Clark have been working on Low & Behold for 7 years. (The band first emerged on Myspace. That’s all you need to know) They released a 12″ single a couple of years back on Burnt Toast Vinyl (which is still available) and late last year Northern Records featured a song from the project on their new music sampler. Well, late last night, Ryan Clark took to instagram to announce that the band has finally finished their debut full-length record.
Uppers will be out on digital outlets and on vinyl on October 31st via Norther Records. Low & Behold is an 80’s inspired project in the same vein as Echo and the Bunny Men, New Order, and Psychedelic Furs. Pre-orders aren’t available yet, but you can listen to Some People at http://store.northernrecords.com/album/uppers