"The Best Band In The World." - Pitchfork
"Fidgeting like a hyperactive child who's just chomped down a few kilos of sweets...every moment proves irresistible." - The Guardian
ATP Recordings are delighted to announce the release of a new double A-side EP taken from Deerhoof's stunning latest album Breakup Song.
The new EP will feature two standout highlights from the LP in the shape of Mario's Flaming Whiskers III and There's That Grin alongside three new tracks - a fantastic new remix of Mario's from Simeon of the legendary Silver Apples, a brand new recording called Just For That, and a live recording of the band covering the Velvet Underground classic All Tomorrow's Parties (Recorded Live at 10 Years of ATP Festival December 2009).
The video for Mario's Flaming Whiskers III premiered today at FACT - check it out at FactMag.com.
The EP will be limited to just 250 numbered physical copies on Cassette (w/ Download Card), and will also be available Digitally. It comes out digitally on November 26th, with the cassette following on 3rd December. Very ltd stock of the cassette can be found in indie record stores - it will also be available from the band on the later dates of their European shows and at the ATP festival curated by The National. Here is the band's current tour schedule:
Nov 22: Berlin (DE), Festsaal Kreuzberg
Nov 23: Oslo (NO), Bla
Nov 24: Stockholm (SWE), Strand
Nov 26: Bologna (Italy), Locomotiv
Nov 27: Duedingen (SWI), Bad Bonn
Nov 28: Lyon (FR), Le Marche Gare
Nov 29: Paris (FR), Le Divan Du Monde
Nov 30: Utrecht (NL), Le Guess Who Festival
Dec 01: Brussels (BE), Autumn Falls Festival
Dec 02: Cologne (DE), Week-End Festival
Dec 03: Leeds (UK), Brudenell Social Club
Dec 04: London (UK), The Garage
Dec 07: Madrid (ES), Primavera Club at Matadero Nave 16
Dec 08: Barcelona (ES), Primavera Club at St Jordi Club
Dec 09: Camber Sands (UK), ATP Curated by The National
The Breakup Song CD and Vinyl are available to order now from the ATP Recordings Store. Some reviews:
"Another great album by an indescribably great band. If only actual pop music was always as interesting as this." - Drowned In Sound
'No-Wave Krunch meets mutant disco shuffle meets snippets of global radness' - NME
'Deerhoof's element album continues their long tradition of delighting and confounding in equal measure' - The Fly
For EP stream and hi-res photos & art please use contact below.
UK Press: Will Lawrence / In House Press > email
Germany Press: Ed Benndorf > email
France Press: Charles Provost > email
Rest of Europe Press: Michael Woods > email
Label - John Jeffreys / ATP Recordings > email