Mother Mother Detail 'The Sticks,' Share New Tracks

Mother Mother Detail 'The Sticks,' Share New Tracks
A few weeks ago, we caught wind that Vancouver pop eclectics Mother Mother were plotting a new album called The Sticks, which they said would be out this fall. As promised, the band have now confirmed the details of their fourth full-length, which will be out on September 18 through Last Gang Records.

The album was co-produced by Mother Mother frontman Ryan Guldemond, along with Ben Kaplan, who has worked with artists as diverse as Shakira, Mudvayne and Alexisonfire. According to a press release, the 14-track collection "upholds Mother Mother's tradition of tri-harmony vocal arrangements and dynamic instrumentation, while making for the group's most eclectic and rich album to date."

For a taste of what the band have cooked up, listen to the single "Let's Fall in Love," along with the title track, right here. Judging by these tunes, the new songs are another step away from the band's folk roots, as they blend glossy pop production with just a hint of quirky menace.

Also, watch a live performance of "Let's Fall in Love" at the bottom of the page, courtesy of CBC Music.

"Let's Fall in Love" will hit iTunes tomorrow (July 17), at which time fans will also be able to pre-order The Sticks, along with the bonus B-side "All Gone."

The Sticks is the follow-up to last year's Eureka. See the tracklist below, and the band's summer tour schedule below that. Expect more dates to be announced before long.

The Sticks:

1. Omen
2. The Sticks
3. Let's Fall in Love
4. Businessman
5. Dread in My Heart
6. Infinitesimal
7. Happy
8. Bit By Bit
9. Latter Days
10. Little Pistol
11. Love It Dissipates
12. The Cry Forum
13. Waiting for The World to End
14. To the Wild

Tour dates:

7/25 Edmonton, AB - Capital Ex (Northlands Fairgrounds)
8/19 Toronto, ON - Echo Beach ^
8/26 Squamish, BC - Live at Squamish Festival (Loggers Sports Grounds)
9/16 Victoria, BC - Rifflandia Festival (Royal Athletic Park)

^ with Our Lady Peace and Said the Whale