FREE PERFORMANCE AT SONIC BOOM ON SEPTEMBER 5, 7-9pm. Q&A HOSTED BY LAURIE BROWN OF PONDERCAST.
New video from team behind “Anthropocene” documentary coming in September.
City of Glass, hall of mirrors: “Vancouver,” a swooping birds-eye view of a city constructed in memory and imagination, is the third cut from Rheostatics’ Here Come The Wolves out in advance of the album’s September 6 release date. The dizzying pacific cynic travelogue builds and flutters around Martin Tielli’s vocals, a hypnotic and delicately jittery opener to the band’s first new record in over a decade.
To mark the album release, Rheostatics announce a free in-store performance and interview with broadcaster Laurie Brown of Pondercast podcast at Toronto’s Sonic Boom. The public event will take place Thursday, September 5, 7-9pm. Capacity is limited, first come, first served.
Look for a new video for the title track, directed by the team behind the Anthropocene project feature documentary, in early September.
HERE COME THE WOLVES TRACK LISTING:
AC/DC on the Stereo
Here Come the Wolves
It’s the Super Controller!
Music is the Message
Diamonds on Our Toes
I Wanna Be Your Robot
The Beautiful Night
Goodbye Sister Butterfly
Mountains and the Sea
TORONTO, ON: Sonic Boom, September 5, 7-9pm. FREE.
OMEMEE, ON: Coronation Hall, Nov 15
CREEMORE, ON: Avening Hall, Nov 16
OTTAWA, ON: NAC Theatre, Nov 22
ST. CATHARINES, ON: First Ontario, Nov 27
LONDON, ON: London Music Hall, Dec 3
BAYFIELD, ON: Old Town Hall, Dec 5
TORONTO, ON: Danforth Music Hall, Dec 6