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Young Statues self titled debut album – The Tower And The Fool 7″ XIII

Young Statues’ Self-Titled Debut Album To Be Released In The UK Through Banquet Records UK November Dates Announced Run For Cover Records To Release Album In The U.S. On November 8th Band To Play Run For Cover Records CMJ Showcase October 22 in Brooklyn, NY and The Early November Reunion Show Nov 26 at Starland Ballroom in NJ With Hit The Lights and The Dangerous Summer

New Jersey/Philly indie-rock outfit Young Statues, led by songwriter/vocalist Carmen Cirignano, will release its forthcoming self-titled debut record in the UK via Banquet Records in November. Pre-order details for the UK release will be announced soon. The album will be released in the U.S. through Run For Cover Records on November 8th and is available for pre-order at: http://runforcoverrecords.bandcamp.com/album/young-statues where the song ‘Spacism’ is also streaming. Also announced is the release of the album as part of Doghouse Records’ Cassette Series. The cassette version can be purchased at: http://new.merchnow.com/products/134090

In the winter of 2010, a spontaneous trip to Athens, GA became the birth of Young Statues. The record first began to take shape at Chase Park Transduction Studios, where a series of songs were recorded between friends, songs that were initially never intended to be released. Intrigued by the results of these sessions, songwriter and vocalist Carmen Cirignano decided to continue working on them with longtime producer and engineer Steve Poponi at the Gradwell House in Haddon Heights, NJ. It was here, with the help of bassist Tom Ryan and drummer Daniel Bogan, that these songs were transformed into the impressive debut record for a band comprised of longtime friends in the Philadelphia area music scene. Full of swelling guitars, intricate vocal melodies and introspective lyrics, “Young Statues” is evidence of a group of musicians who have honed their skills and made a record to be revered for its beauty, tact, and honesty. Young Statues has landed a support slot on The Early November‘s landmark reunion show taking place on 11/26 at Starland Ballroom in Sayreville, N, alongside Hit The Lights and The Dangerous Summer.

Tracklisting:
01. Spacism
02. Athens
03. Half Light
04. Bumble Bee
05. Losing A Friend
06. Young Statues
07. We Trusted Everything Enough
08. Keep It Dark
09. Pretty Girls Make Raves
10. Your Seasons Stay The Same
11. Meet Me At The Hudson

Upcoming U.S. Dates:
Nov 26 The Early November reunion show @ Starland Ballroom Sayreville, NJ
Dec 10 MilkBoy Philly Philadelphia, PA

UK Dates:
Nov 16 – Liverpool @ Shipping Forcast
Nov 17 – London @ Bull & Gate
Nov 18 – London @ Wheelbarrow
Nov 19 – Leeds @ TBA
Nov 20 – Glasgow @ School Of Art
Nov 22 – Southampton @ Talking Heads (supporting SAVES THE DAY)
Nov 23 – Brighton @ Concorde 2 (supporting SAVES THE DAY)
Nov 24 – Kingston @ Hippodrome (supporting SAVES THE DAY)

http://youngstatues.net
http://www.banquetrecords.com
http://youngstatues.bandcamp.com

The Tower and The Fool’s XIII 7”/Digital EP Out Today on Run For Cover Records And Streaming at http://runforcoverrecords.bandcamp.com/album/xiii

“Fans of Wilco, Buffalo Tom, Maritime, or Death Cab for Cutie — consider The Tower & the Fool as must-own material”- Boston Phoenix

Providence, RI’s The Tower and the Fool have released ‘XIII’, their new 7”/digital EP today via Run For Cover Records. The Tower and The Fool initially started as a songwriting project between friends Alex Correia and Chris Rosenquest. As the recording of their first EP drew near, the duo filled out their lineup with the addition of drummer/producer/friend Mike Poorman (Hot Rod Circuit), Jon Tucker on bass, Zac Clark on keys, and long time friend Chris Capaldi on lead and slide guitars. Twangy guitars, warm organ swells and a steady Americana backbeat swirl together behind the duo’s acoustic guitars and raspy lovelorn confessionals, calling to mind alt-country staples like Ryan Adams, Bruce Springsteen and Wilco.

http://runforcoverrecords.com

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