Having just “killed it” at SXSW, according to the New York Times, Band of Horses, the Low Country’s premier rock n’ roll outfit, release their third full length LP, entitled Infinite Arms, on May 18th through Brown/Fat Possum/Columbia.
Infinite Arms’ track listing is as follows:
4) Blue Beard
5) On My Way Back Home
6) Infinite Arms
8) Evening Kitchen
10) For Annabelle
11) NW Apt.
The band have made a video for the song “Compliments” available as a free stream and download via their website, bandofhorses.com.
Produced by Band of Horses with additional production from Phil Ek and mixed by Dave Sardy, the songs on Infinite Arms project the essence of the different locales across America that became the setting for the recording and songwriting process behind the album. The rich musical heritage of Muscle Shoals, AL, the sublime beauty of Asheville’s Blue Ridge Mountains, the glamorous Hollywood Hills and the vast Mojave desert all influenced the sounds on Infinite Arms and helped yield the group’s most focused and dynamic recordings to date. The serene woods of Northern Minnesota and the band’s native Carolinas inspired the songwriting, lending the compositions an air of comfort and familiarity.
Band of Horses is Ben Bridwell, Creighton Barrett, Ryan Monroe, Tyler Ramsey and Bill Reynolds. Long time touring members of the group, Infinite Arms marks the recording debut of Ramsey and Reynolds, while Barrett and Monroe graced the last album, Cease to Begin. Through touring together in support of Cease to Begin and during breaks in the Infinite Arms recording process, the band have become a cohesive force with all members making invaluable contributions to the unmistakable sound that founder Bridwell has crafted since the band’s inception.
Look for the band to support Infinite Arms with tour dates across the globe in 2010. A current list of dates is below, with many more to be announced very soon. Visit www.bandofhorses.com for ticketing information.
April 8th – Paris, France – La Fleche D’or
April 9th – Brussels, Belgium – Orangerie
April 10th – Rotterdam, Netherlands- Motel Mozaique, Schouwburg
April 12th – London, UK – Koko
April 14th – Koln, Germany – Kulturkirche
April 16th – Oslo, Norway – Rockefeller
April 17th – Gothenburg, Sweden – Tradgarn
April 18th – Copenhagen, Denmark – Vega
April 23rd – Raleigh, NC – Walnut Creek Amphitheater (with Widespread Panic)
April 24th – Raleigh, NC – Walnut Creek Amphitheater (with Widespread Panic)
April 26th – Athens, GA – 40 Watt
April 28th – Miami, FL – Fillmore
April 29th – Orlando, FL – House of Blues
May 1st – New Orleans, LA – Jazzfest
May 2nd – Memphis, TN – Beale St. Music Festival
May 3rd – Kansas City, MO -Sprint Center (with Pearl Jam)
May 4th – St. Louis, MO – Scottrade Center (with Pearl Jam)
May 6th – Columbus, OH – Nationwide Arena (with Pearl Jam)
May 7th – Noblesville, IN – Verizon Wireless Center (with Pearl Jam)
May 9th – Cleveland, OH – Quicken Loans Arena (with Pearl Jam)
May 10th – Buffalo, NY – HSBC Arena (with Pearl Jam)
May 13th – Washington, DC – Verizon Center (with Pearl Jam)
May 15th – Hartford, CT – XL Center (with Pearl Jam)
May 17th – Boston, MA – TD Garden (with Pearl Jam)
May 21st – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden (with Pearl Jam)
May 27th – Davis, CA – UC Davis Freeborn Hall
May 30th – Bend, OR – Les Schwab Amphitheater (with She & Him)
May 31st – George, WA – Sasquatch Festival
June 4th – Dublin, IE – Academy
June 5th – Bangor, IE – Ward Park (with Snow Patrol)
June 7th – Cambridge, UK – Junction
June 8th – Manchester, UK – Ritz
June 9th – London, UK – Roundhouse
June 11th – Oxford, UK – Academy
June 12th – Glasgow, Scotland – Bellahouston Park (with Snow Patrol)
June 19th – Toronto, ONT – Olympic Island Concert (with Pavement and Broken Social Scene)
September 25th – Los Angeles, CA – Greek Theater