Listen to the First Song from O’Brother’s New Album, ‘Endless Light’
Get knocked over by the band's brand of apocalyptic space-pop on "Desconstruct."
O’Brother’s music is not meant to be listened to so much as it is meant to hit you. The five-piece produces a sound that is thick and rich, and if you close your eyes, it feels like you’re being enveloped into it.
On “Deconstruct,” the first song from their new album, Endless Light, O’Brother delve into their trademark heavy, spacey territory that might be appreciated by fans of Torche or Jupiter-era Cave In, but is slightly tighter and more concise structurally than what the band has produced in the past. Frontman Tanner Merritt described it as “apocalyptic space-pop.” Listen to “Deconstruct” below and let it knock you over.
Endless Light will be out on March 25 via Triple Crown Records/Favorite Gentlemen. Pre-order it here. O’Brother will be on tour this spring with Foxing. Dates below.
February 9 @ Cattivo in Pittsburgh, PA^
February 10 @ Montage Music Hall in Rochester, NY&
February 11 @ Higher Ground in Burlington, VT&
February 12 @ Port City Music Hall in Portland, ME&
February 13 @ The Met in Pawtucket, RI&
March 15 @ The Space in Hamden, CT#
March 16 @ Rock & Roll Hotel in Washington, DC#
March 18 @ Work | Release in Norfolk, VA#
March 19 @ Local 506 in Carrboro, NC#
March 21 @ The Social in Orlando, FL#
March 22 @ Crowbar in Tampa, FL#
March 24 @ Walter’s in Houston, TX#
March 25 @ Sidewinder in Austin, TX#
March 26 @ Gas Monkey in Dallas, TX#
March 28 @ Rebel Lounge in Phoenix, AZ#
March 29 @ The Irenic in San Diego, CA#
March 30 @ The Roxy in Los Angeles, CA#
March 31 @ Bottom of the Hill in San Francisco, CA#
April 2 @ The Hawthorne in Portland, OR#
April 3 @ Chop Suey in Seattle, WA#
April 6 @ Larimer Lounge in Denver, CO#
April 8 @ The Luminary in St. Louis, MO#
& w/Caspian & Defeater