Great news everybody. After wrapping up their tour with Circa Survive and Queen of Jeans late last month, La Dispute has returned to drop some pretty excellent news.
Coming March 22nd, the Grand Rapids outfit will be releasing their fourth full-length album titled Panorama. Hitting stores via Epitaph Records, this will be La Dispute’s first new album since 2014′s Rooms of the House.
In addition to the exciting album news, the seasoned post-hardcore outfit has also shared a heart-wrenching animated music video for their two lead singles “Rose Quartz” and “Fulton Street I.”
Speaking about out the airy opening track “Rose Quartz” and its darker counterpart “Fulton Street I,” vocalist Jordan Dreyer says: “‘Rose Quartz’ is a bright white light, then the low hum of tires on a country highway; ‘Fulton Street I’ is two heads in the car turning quietly at passing landmarks, plywood monuments with plastic flowers and the stories that populate the stretch of road between two places.”
“Together,” he adds, “they’re the first two tracks on a record born from long drives like that, between a new and an old home, that takes a wide-angled shot of a city and just outside of it. How events there linger on in the memory of all those involved, carrying the characters off in thoughts of grief and healing to other planes and other histories.”
To check out your first taste of La Dispute in over four years, be sure to look below. Afterward, make sure to pre-order the band’s forthcoming LP here.
1. ROSE QUARTZ
2. FULTON STREET I
3. FULTON STREET II
4. RHODONITE AND GRIEF
5. ANXIETY PANORAMA
6. IN NORTHERN MICHIGAN
7. VIEW FROM OUR BEDROOM WINDOW
8. FOOTSTEPS AT THE POND
9. THERE YOU ARE (HIDING PLACE)
10. YOU ASCENDANT