Three Mile Pilot plan new album for the fall, reverse their strictly-held policy of not releasing a new album

Three Mile Pilot plan new album for the fall, reverse their strictly-held policy of not releasing a new album

I used to think Three Mile Pilot stood for something. Ever since the San Diego trio released their 1997 record, Another Sea, Another Desert, they’ve held true to the simple principle of not releasing any records at all. I hate it when bands release new records; it’s just more stuff to put in my brain, and my brain’s starting to hurt real bad. While I’ve tried my hardest to remain ignorant of the extensive discographies of Pinback and The Black Heart Procession, both of which boast Three Mile Pilot members, I can’t hide from the knowledge that Three Mile Pilot are betraying me by putting out a new record. To my chagrin, the recently reunited group are releasing The Inevitable Past is the Long Forgotten Future (the title of which hurts my brain for completely different reasons) on September 28 via the folks at Temporary Residence Ltd. Oh, my brain.

The Inevitable Past is the Long Forgotten Future tracklist:

01. Battle
02. Still Alive
03. Grey Clouds
04. Same Mistake
05. What I Lose
06. Left in Vain
07. The Threshold
08. One Falls Away
09. Days Of Wrath
10. Planets
11. What’s In The Air
12. The Premonition

• Three Mile Pilot: http://threemilepilot.com
• Temporary Residence Ltd: http://temporaryresidence.com

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