Digital Music, Reunions, Tour Dates, Tracklist — January 25, 2011 at 10:58 pm

Free MP3: The Feelies’ ‘Should Be Gone,’ off ‘Here Before’ — first new album in 20 years

The Feelies

As tipped last fall, reunited college-rock favorites The Feelies have recorded their first new album in 20 years, a 13-track collection called Here Before that’s due out April 12 on Bar/None Records — and is preceded by the track “Should Be Gone,” the band’s first new recording since 1991’s Time for a Witness.

With members Glenn Mercer and Bill Million handling productions duties, the band — which first reunited in 2008 — recorded the new album last year at Water Music Recorders in Hoboken, N.J. Below you can download the first recording to emerge form those sessions, a song called “Should Be Gone” that’s being offered up by Pitchfork.

The band, which has performed sporadically and mainly close to home over the past couple years, has four shows on its schedule for the coming months: concerts in May and June in New York, Massachusetts, Pennsylvania and Washington, D.C. (see dates below).

DOWNLOAD: The Feelies, “Should Be Gone” (via Pitchfork)

See tracklist and tour dates for The Feelies after the jump…

The Feelies, 'Here Before'

Tracklist: The Feelies, Here Before

1. “Nobody Knows”
2. “Should Be Gone”
3. “Again Today”
4. “When You Know”
5. “Later On”
6. “Way Down”
7. “Morning Comes”
8. “Change Your Mind”
9. “Here Before”
10. “Time Is Right”
11. “Bluer Skies”
12. “On And On”
13. “So Far”

The Feelies tour dates:

May 13: Bell House, Brooklyn, NY .
May 14: Middle East, Cambridge, MA .
June 17: World Cafe Live, Philadelphia, PA
June 18: 9:30 Club, Washington, D.C.



  1. I love their appearance in Something Wild, great version of Bowie’s FAME.

  2. Michael Toland

    I’ve heard the upcoming record – it’s amazing, picking up right where Only Life left off.

  3. Bill Burkett

    It’s great to see them back together! The MP3 track shows no evidence of them having been split for 20 years! I hope they decide to come out my way!

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