Fresh from releasing their ‘Berlin’ EP last year with the help of Anton Newcombe of The Brian Jonestown Massacre, The Vacant Lots have returned with their second full-length, ‘Endless Night’.
Ahead of its release tomorrow (21st April), we’ve got the first play of the shape-shifting beast that follows the band’s Sonic Cathedral-released debut album ‘Departure’.
The album features vocals from the late Alan Vega, of Suicide, who was set to write and record vocals for the then-instrumental track ‘Suicide Note’, before he passed away just weeks later.
The band then received permission to use vocal excerpts from an unreleased song of Vega’s, which now make up ‘Suicide Note’.
Listen to ‘Endless Night’ below, and pre-order the album here.
The band start a transatlantic tour next month. View the dates below.
14 Los Angeles, The Echo
26 Setubal, Portugal, Casa Cultura
27 Madrid, Get Mad
31 Rotterdam, Café de Ouwehoer
03 Mannheim, Blau Bar
05 Wiesbaden, Schlachtof
06 Hamburg, Hakken
07 Berlin, Monarch
10 Bern, Pinto
13 London, Hoxton Square Bar & Kitchen
14 Brighton, Hope & Ruin
15 Glasgow, O2 ABC
16 Leeds, Temple Of Boom
17 Manchester, Aatma
30 Brooklyn, Sunnyvale
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