The Black Angels share new track 'Half Believing'
Psychedelic rock godfathers The Black Angels have shared a new track, ‘Half Believing,’ from upcoming album, ‘Death Song.’
‘Death Song’ is the Texas-based band’s first LP release in four years, following on from 2013’s ‘Indigo Meadow.’ The album, produced by Father John Misty and Fleet Foxes collaborator Phil Elk, has already gathered enthusiastic reviews from critics. The first track from the album, ‘Currency,’ was unveiled in February.
The Black Angels have also announced a limited edition vinyl pressing of ‘Death Song’ to celebrate Record Store Day on 22nd April. Featuring packaging printed entirely in blacklight-reactive ink, the new album will be split across two glow-in-the-dark LPs.
The Black Angels will play a short run of UK live dates in support of ‘Death Song.’
‘Death Song’ is released 21 April via Partisan Records.
22 April - Rough Trade East - London, UK
22 Sept - Forum – London, UK
23 Sept - Liverpool International Festival of Psychedelia – Liverpool, UK
25 Sept - SWG3 – Glasgow, UK
26 Sept - Institute 2 – Birmingham, UK
27 Sept - Trinity – Bristol, UK