Mount Eerie follows through on promise to “make it rain on them hoes” by announcing TWO new full-lengths

Mount Eerie follows through on promise to "make it rain on them hoes" by announcing TWO new full-lengths

Oh you KNOW we poppin’ bottles early at the office right now: Phil Elverum just made it worth dusting off those champagne flutes in the back by dropping word that his ever-evolving Mount Eerie project will be releasing two new albums in 2012 to follow up 2009’s Wind’s Poem (TMT Review), both presumably via P.W. Elverum & Sun. “Sure, bands announce vague tidbits like this all the time,” you might be thinking, “but it doesn’t really mean anything in the here and now. For example, Austin Powers 4 has a 2013 release date, but that doesn’t mean I’m going to be camping outside AMC any earlier than October.” Well, get this: the first album’s already done, is called Clear Moon, and will be out May 22. Boom. Get it? That’s why we drinkin’ wiiiiine, son.

“Okay,” you might now be thinking, “drinking wine at this hour is par for the course for sloppy guys like you, I mean you were doing this a little while ago because ‘Wilco put out an iTunes session.’ This isn’t that surprising. But there has to be something more that’s making you act really creepy around my friends, when you’re supposed to be professional.” Okay, you got me… it’s not just that Mount Eerie is putting out these albums (the second will be called Ocean Roar btw), but that they apparently are inspired by both Popul Vuh and Nadja. That’s why I can’t stop sweating and loosening my tie right now. This is so big. I mean seriously, Phil recorded both albums in a de-sanctified church called “The Unknown.” I’m going to be sick. I want it now. I need to lay down. MOVE blurhghghhh

Clear Moon tracklisting:

01. Through the Trees pt. 2
02. the Place Lives
03. the Place I Live
04. (something)
05. Lone Bell
06. House Shape
07. Over Dark Water
08. (something)
09. Clear Moon
10. Yawning Sky
11. (synthesizer)

Tourdates (all dates with Earth and Ô PAON):

03.03.12 - Bristol, England - Arnofini Gallery
03.05.12 - Dublin, Ireland - Button Factory
03.07.12 - Manchester, England - Ruby Lounge
03.08.12 - Edinburgh, Scotland - The Caves
03.09.12 - Leeds, England - Brudenell Social Club
03.10.12 - Minehead, England - Butlins Holiday Centre (All Tomorrow’s Parties)
03.11.12 - London, England - Union Chapel
03.12.12 - Brighton, England - The Haunt
03.13.12 - Haarlem, Netherlands - Patronaat
03.14.12 - Leuven, Belgium - Het Depot
03.15.12 - Paris, France - La Maroquinerie
03.16.12 - Bordeaux, France - Iboat
03.17.12 - Bilbao, Spain - Askena
03.18.12 - Madrid, Spain - El Sol
03.19.12 - Barcelona, Spain - Musichall
03.21.12 - Lyon, France - Epicerie Moderne
03.22.12 - Torino, Italy - Spazio 211
03.23.12 - Firenze, Italy - The Box
03.24.12 - Parma, Italy - Auditorium Del Carmine
03.25.12 - Lausanne, Switzerland - Le Romandie
03.26.12 - Wiesbaden, Germany - Schlachthof
03.28.12 - Vienna, Austria - Arena
03.29.12 - Leipzig, Germany - UT Connewitz
03.30.12 - Prague, Czech Republic - Dobeska Theatre
03.31.12 - Berlin, Germany - Festsaal Kreuzberg
04.02.12 - Copenhagen, Denmark - Loppen
04.03.12 - Gothenburg, Sweden - Truckstop Alaska
04.04.12 - Oslo, Norway - Inferno Festival
04.05.12 - Stockholm, Sweden - Strand
04.06.12 - Helsinki, Finland - Nosturi

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