Camper Van Beethoven: "Someday Our Love Will Sell Us Out"

Celebrating their 30th anniversary, Camper Van Beethoven has released a new single, "Someday Our Love Will Us Out," from their upcoming new album, La Costa Perdida, which will be out this month.  Thought it was a decent track for a Friday afternoon.

CBV will playing at the World CafĂ© on January 18th.  You'll have to suffer through Cracker, but there's always the option to show up a little later. 

Info comes courtesy of Force Field PR.

Camper Van Beethoven shares new single via Stereogum, celebrates 30th anniversary

MP3: "Someday Our Love Will Sell Us Out" -

Camper Van Beethoven is celebrating its 30th anniversary in 2013, with the Jan. release of its tenth album, La Costa Perdida. Today the band shares the second single from the new album, "Someday Our Love Will Sell Us Out" via Stereogum.

Many of the band's peers and members of R.E.M., Pavement, Built To Spill, Drive-By Truckers, Meat Puppets, Widespread Panic, Minus 5, The Nerves, and Elf Power spoke about CVB's influence, its pioneering role in creating the genre of indie rock, and their love for the band.

In addition, Britt Daniel's Divine Fits have recently covered Camper Van Beethoven's "I Was Born In a Laundromat" both in concert and as a b-side to a recent single (listen to that track here).

Fri Jan 18 2013 - World Cafe Live - Philadelphia, PA (w/ Cracker)
Sat Jan 19 2013 - Stage 48 - New York, NY (w/ Cracker)
Sun Jan 20 2013 - The Middle East - Cambridge, MA (w/ Cracker)
Wed Jan 23 2013 - Sky City - Augusta, GA
Thu Jan 24 2013 - 40-Watt Club - Athens GA
Fri Jan 25 2013 - The Grey Eagle - Asheville, NC
Sat Jan 26 2013 - The Earl - Atlanta, GA
Sun Jan 27 2013 - Mountain Stage - Charleston WV
Thu Feb 14 2013 - Burnsville PAC - Minneapolis MN (w/ Cracker)
Fri Feb 22 2013 - Tractor Tavern - Seattle WA
Sat Feb 23 2013 - Mississippi Studios - Portland OR

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