Posts Tagged ‘post-rock’

65daysofstatic's studio set-up, as seen on flickr.

Today, in a message to their 65propaganda mailing list, Sheffield-based math/post-rockers 65daysofstatic announced their upcoming album, We Were Exploding Anyway.  With no specific release date other than, “the vaguest of times, THE SPRING,” We Were Exploding Anyway will serve as the long-awaited fourth studio album for 65daysofstatic.  Track list after the jump. (more…)


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This morning, members of the Sigur Rós mailing list were sent a simple email that said in plain lettering, “www.jonsi.com“.  Following the link leads to what you can easily guess is Sigur Rós vocalist Jónsi Birgisson‘s new personal website.  eighteen seconds before sunrise, the official Sigur Rós website, confirms the undoubted fact that it is Birgisson‘s new site.  For the moment, the site consists of text like that pictured above, and a space to enter your email address to join a mailing list, but the band’s website gives a little more information, stating “go explore and check back over the next few days and beyond as more information is revealed.”

Click around the site for a little surprise.  We here at Years For Beards hope that this means what we are all thinking.  That j sure sounds intriguing…

UPDATE: It’s official (as if it took any real guessing).  All the letter samples are active, and members of the site’s mailing list were sent a free download of the track “boy lilikoi” from Jónsi upcoming solo album.  We here at Years For Beards are very excited by this new track, and we think you will be too.

Click here to download the track.

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