May 28th 2018 08:00 PM - May 28th 2018 11:59 PM

POSTDATA

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306 King Street West, Hamilton, ON, Canada

POSTDATA

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Wintersleep frontman Paul Murphy has revealed plans to return to his Postdata project. Under that moniker, he’ll release a new album titled Let’s Be Wilderness on May 18 via Paper Bag Records.

Having always featured a revolving door of collaborators, this Postdata effort hears Murphy working with Frightened Rabbit‘s Grant Hutchison and Andy Monaghan, as well as his Wintersleep bandmates Loel Campbell and Tim D’Eon, and Blonde Redhead‘s Simone Pace. The record was produced by Tony Doogan.

Thematically, the new songs toy with the notions of familiarity and mystery, as well as the duality between “the desire for warmth and community, and the burrowing, unavoidable reality that, one day, it will be no more.”

“You go through a lot of different emotions,” Murphy explained in a statement. “Getting older is a theme that’s present in a lot of the writing.”

The first listen to Let’s Be Wilderness has arrived with a pair of album tracks. Scroll past the complete album tracklisting to stream both “Evil” and “Black Cloud” down below. The album is currently available for pre-order here.

You’ll also find Postdata’s upcoming live itinerary listed below.

Postdata previously released a self-titled record in 2010, as well as a holiday offering aptly titled A Holiday Offering. (Exclaim.ca)

Let’s Be Wilderness:

1. Wilderness
2. Black Cloud
3. Gravity
4. Pasture
5. Erase Your Heart
6. Evil
7. Ithaca
8. Fields and Valleys
9. Cling To Me
10. Window

Tour dates:

05/26 Toronto, ON – The Drake
05/28 Hamilton ON — The Casbah
05/31 Halifax, NS – The Seahorse Tavern
06/01 Fredericton, NB – The Capital Complex
06/02 Moncton, NB – Tide & Boar

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The Casbah

The Casbah (located at the corners of King St West & Queen St North in the Central Neighbourhood of downtown Hamilton Ontario) opened it’s doors in January 2001. The debut event was none other than Seminal Pixies frontman Frank Black and his band the Catholics. The sold out concert was presented by the venue, and in association with a new local promoter who would one day become a more significant component to the Casbah as a live music club.



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