Okay, so maybe 2017 won’t be so bad – at least, as far as music goes. Just announced today, after 17 years, At The Drive In will be releasing a brand new album.
That’s right. Titled as in·ter a·li·a, which is Latin for “among other things,” the band’s new full-length LP will be released May 5th via Rise Records.
“We had to have our shit together as a family,” frontman Cedric Bixler-Zavala recently told NME. “Sometimes it’s hard to be criminally misunderstood and thought of as these people out there just to get the money. And even if we were out there just to get the fucking money, we have families, you know? You’re not eternally 20 years old living in council flats, putting up posters of your favourite bands with fuck all to do. Life is fucking life. People need to remember the human condition about being in a band. You just [need] to be patient and let a human being be a human being.”
In addition to the album announcement, At The Drive In also shared their second new single “Incurably Innocent” – a tamer yet still impressive follow-up to last year’s “Governed By Contagions.”
To check out the new single, be sure to look below. Afterwards, album pre-orders can be found here.
in·ter a·li·a Track List:
“No Wolf Like The Present”
“Tilting At The Univendor”
“Governed By Contagions”
“Pendulum In A Peasant Dress”
“Call Broken Arrow”