La Dispute have announced details of a new album.
The band's latest full-length is titled 'Panorama', and is set for release on 22nd March 2019 via Epitaph. Their first in four years, it follows up on 2014's 'Rooms of the House'.
Produced by La Dispute alongside producer Will Yip, the album is inspired by the route vocalist Jordan Dreyer and his partner would drive from their home in the East Hills neighbourhood of Grand Rapids to the city of Lowell, where she grew up. The record is described as being "intended to be a wide angled shot of that drive, with the stories of those tragedies becoming focal points but filtered through the sieve of the couple's life together."
To preview the record, the band have dropped two tracks - 'Rose Quartz' and 'Fulton Street', which you can check out alongside a Sarah Schmidt animated video below.