Fans in Montreal can get their copy at the band’s free launch party – a 5 à 7 performance at Bar L’Escogriffe (Oct. 3rd).
A new High Dials album is on the way.
“Primitive Feelings” will be released in two parts this summer before combining as a long-player in the fall.
Part I is out on all platforms June 7th, and can be pre-ordered now.
Every pre-order gets you instant gratification – the first single from the album – “Employment and Enjoyment”.
The High Dials will be playing Manchester, Liverpool and London this month, in addition to their FOCUS Wales Showcase.
They’ll also be making a Toronto appearance for Canadian Music Week before crossing the pond.
Catch them live on the one of the following dates for a preview of songs from their upcoming full length album (details TBA):
May 9 – Toronto (Bovine Sex Club)
May 15 – Manchester, UK (Retro Club)
May 16 – Liverpool, UK (Phase One)
May 17 – Wrexham, UK (FOCUS Wales showcase)
May 19 – London, UK (The Raven Tower Bridge)
The High Dials will be showcasing at FOCUS Wales 2019 on May 17 at Memorial Hall in Wrexham. Catch them shortly after headliners Boy Azooga, recent winners of the Welsh Music Prize.
Doors are at 7:00pm and you can get tickets HERE.
This is the 9th edition of the international conference and festival that welcomes about 10,000 music fans and industry types to Wales each May.
It’s the band’s first return across the pond since their 2014 tour of the UK and Ireland.
The song is a world-weary take on rock n roll’s promise of eternal life (“so far, it hasn’t killed me”) that pays unexpected tribute to the Bee Gees over echoes of 60s garage and 90s shoegaze, with loud and proud Latin percussion and timpani throughout. Stream it here!
The lo-fi video features plenty of VHS-era trickery, Saturday morning cartoon mash-ups, visual feedback loops and Max looking a lot like Leon from The Professional.