A Grave With No Name have unveiled another track from their forthcoming third album.
The project of London's Alexander Shields and his pretty talented friends (see: Comanechi's Akiko Matsuura, Alanna McArdle of Ides, and Veronica Falls' Charlie Alex March), 'Dig Me Out' is taken from third album 'Whirlpool'.
Ides' Alanna McArdle's (pictured) soft, bewitching vocal sits above distorted guitar and plodding bass to really quite special effect. This is hazy, beautiful, avant-garde pop with a fire in its belly.
'Dig Me Out' follows the previously unveiled (and equally impressive) 'Aurora'. Both tracks sit on 'Whirlpool', which is due for release 1st July through Stare Records.
Hear 'Dig Me Out' below:
On top of a new record, A Grave With No Name will also be heading out on the road with Youth Lagoon, dates below.
28 London, Shacklewell Arms (with Echo Lake)
08 Paris Trabendo (with Youth Lagoon)
10 Amsterdam, Paradiso (with Youth Lagoon)
15 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club (with Youth Lagoon)
16 Manchester, Gorilla (with Youth Lagoon)
17 London, Birthdays (headline)
18 Birmingham, Hare & Hounds (with Youth Lagoon)
22 Bergen, Landmark (with Youth Lagoon)
23 Oslo Parkeatreat (with Youth Lagoon)
27 London, Brixton Windmill Alldayer
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