The Strange Boys released their next album, Live Music , on October 24 via Rough Trade
The album, which is the Texan band’s third, is the follow-up to ‘Be Brave’ and was recorded in two distinct halves, which are noted on the album as ‘Side A’ and ‘Side B’.
‘Side A’ was recorded in April of this year in Texas with producer and Spoon drummer Jim Eno, while ‘Side B’ was recorded in December 2010 at producer Mike McHugh’s distillery.
Even with the proximity of the two last albums on the timeline, the band has made a stylistic leap, incorporating piano as the base instrument of almost every songs on Live Music, result on a pop record, much cleaner …
The Strange Boys – Live Music
label Rough Trade Records
released 24 October 2011
LIVE MUSIC + T-SHIRT BUNDLE + FREE SIGNED POSTCARD
Pre-order Live Music with t-shirt and receive a personally signed postcard from one of the band from where they are based in either Montreal, Olympia, San Francisco or LA.
Rough Trade is excited to announce The Strange Boys’ third album ‘Live Music’ (as in, living the music), the follow-up to ‘The Strange Boys’ and Girls’ Club (2009) and ‘Be Brave’ (2010). Half (side A) of ‘Live Music’ was recorded in April 2011 at the Austin home of producer/Spoon drummer Jim Eno. The second half (side B) was recorded in December 2010 at producer Mike McHugh’s Distillery, the same studio that ‘Be Brave’ was recorded in.
Release date – Monday, October 24th 2011