La Dispute Announce New LP Panorama; Share Video For Rose Quartz / Fulton Street I
La Dispute have announced their new album Panorama, and unveiled an ace animated video for their single Rose Quartz / Fulton Street I.
The hardcore heroes’ fourth full-length will be dropping on March 22 via Epitaph, and was co-produced by the band and the brilliant Will Yip (Quicksand, Braid, Code Orange, Nothing, Title Fight). Pre-order it at Ladispute.org.
“Rose Quartz is a bright white light, then the low hum of tires on a country highway; Fulton Street I is two heads in the car turning quietly at passing landmarks, plywood monuments with plastic flowers and the stories that populate the stretch of road between two places,” Jordan Dreyer tells NPR. “Together, they’re the first two tracks on a record born from long drives like that, between a new and an old home, that takes a wide-angled shot of a city and just outside of it. How events there linger on in the memory of all those involved, carrying the characters off in thoughts of grief and healing to other planes and other histories. Everything on the record started with that image — and with the feeling of drifting off in thought toward different worlds — and with this piece, which was written largely in one setting after having scrapped nearly a full album’s worth of material.”
Check out the video below.
The artwork for Panorama looks like this:
While we patiently wait for March, let’s give this another spin…
La Dispute vocalist Jordan Dreyer shares the stories behind new album Panorama
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