What I Heard This Morning: Marriages

Red Sparowes spin-off band, Marriages, are releasing their debut album in May, Kitsune.  A trailer for the album has surfaced and a lot of the music sounds remarkably lush and haunting.  Give the video a look/listen and read up on the all the info, which comes from Us/Them Group.

Oh yeah, they have a new single out, too.  Links are below.

Marriages (members of Red Sparowes) premiere first track from debut, announce tour dates with Deafheaven in March

Watch video.

Red Sparowes offshoot band Marriages premiere the first song from their forthcoming debut today via Prefix Mag. The track "Ten Tiny Fingers" is culled from their new recording, Kitsune and is available to download/stream HERE.

Watch a video teaser for
Kitsune featuring the band at work in the studio HERE.

Marriages also take to the road in March with dates supporting SF black metal faves Deafheaven. The trio -- comprised of Red Sparowes members Emma Ruth Rundle (vocals, guitar), Greg Burns (bass, synthesizer) and David Clifford (drums) -- will perform at the Sargent House official SXSW showcase in Austin, TX on March 16th. Please see complete dates below.

Marriages formed in late 2011, quickly recording their debut with engineer Toshi Kasai (Melvins, Big Business, Tool) in December. The resulting effort,
Kitsune will be available on CD and Download via Sargent House on May 1st.

03/09 Los Angeles, CA @ The Smell *
03/10 Phoenix, AZ @ Trunk Space *
03/11 El Paso,TX @ Low Brow *
03/13 Denton, TX @ Rubber Gloves *
03/16 Austin, TX @ Bat Bar (Sargent House official SXSW showcase) #

* w/ Deafheaven, Whirr
# w/ Deafheaven, Zechs Marquise, Indian Handcrafts, Chelsea Wolfe, more.

Artist: Marriages
Album: Kitsune
Label: Sargent House
Release date: May 1st, 2012
Track list:
01. Ride In My Place
02. Body of Shade
03. Ten Tiny Fingers (MP3)
04. Pelt
05. White Shape
06. Part The Dark Again
On the Web:

Letters From A Tapehead


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