Published Jul 03, 2013Twenty years after Nottingham, UK's Tindersticks issued their self-titled debut, the moody indie troubadours have announced plans to issue a new, celebratory release titled Across Six Leap Years.
Details are still shaping up behind the set, but the group's upcoming 10th full-length release reportedly has them reinterpreting 10 songs from their back catalogue. A tracklisting has yet to be unveiled, but a newly released album trailer shows footage of the band crafting serene soundscapes at London's Abbey Road studios this past in April. You can see the video down below.
"Recording these songs again was not so much about righting past mistakes or inadequacies, but more about the power of now," organist/accordion player David Boulter explained in a statement. "It's something that's been growing since the film shows, something that made us recognize how we feel now, and connecting that to our past feels important."
Across Six Leap Years is expected to be released in the UK on October 14, though a North American due date has not yet been announced. The band's 2012 full-length The Something Rain was issued in North America through Constellation Records.
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