Tullycraft Return with First Album in Six Years, Share New Single

BY Gregory AdamsPublished Jan 8, 2013

Following a few years out of commission, Seattle-based twee pop crew Tullycraft are back, armed with a new 7-inch and an impending album. The band had announced they were recording a follow-up to their last LP, 2007's Every Scene Needs a Center, last May, and it is now expected to drop this spring.

To tease the release, titled Lost in Light Rotation, the band have just released a two-song 7-inch through Fortuna Pop!, which features the LP's title cut and a B-side called "Bad Connection." You can stream the peppy A-side in the player down below.

A tracklisting has not yet been made available for Lost in Light Rotation, but the album will be issued by Magic Marker in North America and by Fortuna Pop! in the UK. It was recorded by Phil Ek (the Walkmen, Fleet Foxes) at Avast Studios in Seattle.

Thanks to Brooklyn Vegan for the tip.

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