Dinosaur Pile-Up have announced details of a new album, ‘Eleven Eleven’, due for release on 16th October. They’ve also confirmed a bunch of tour dates shortly after.
Stream the first cut from the album, ‘Grim Valentine’ below.
“What’s really exciting for us about this record is it’s the first time we’ve ever been able to capture the energy and flow that we have live,” says Matt Bigland.
“Because it’s the first time we’ve recorded an album together in a room, like when we are playing live or rehearsing, we were able to shape the songs and put them down in the way we want to play them live.
“Whenever we wanted something to be heavier, or more intense, we just changed it there and then. It was awesome. So we feel really good about it. It sounds like us, right now.”
Their third album, ‘Eleven Eleven’ follows 2010’s ‘Growing Pains’ and 2013’s ‘Nature Nurture’.
The tour will call at:
2 Birmingham Rainbow
3 Newcastle Think Tank
4 Glasgow King Tuts
6 Manchester Ruby Lounge
7 Leeds Key Club
8 Nottingham Bodega
9 Norwich Waterfront Studio
11 London Tufnell Park Dome
12 Bristol Exchange
13 Brighton Hope