Just days after finishing a short run of U.S. concerts, The Church today announced it will release its 26th studio album, titled Man Woman Life Death Infinity, this fall and support the new record with a 29-date North American tour in September and October. See full tour dates right here.
The Church, at work on a follow-up to 2014’s Further/Deeper, have released a new song called “Another Century” ahead of the band’s return to the U.S. later this month for a short run of concerts in the eastern half of the country, including a slot at Milwaukee’s Summerfest. Listen to the full track here.
The Church, which recently began working on a follow-up to 2014’s Further/Deeper, will return to the U.S. for what’s being billed as a “limited run” of concerts — a nine-date tour that has the band playing shows in the eastern half of the country, including a slot at Milwaukee’s Summerfest.
The Church is marking today’s U.S. release of their new album Further/Deeper by debuting a new music video for opening track “Vanishing Man,” a clip that spotlights the artwork of frontman Steve Kilbey. The video, which you can watch below, premiered at Guitar World.
This week’s new releases include the belated U.S. issue of the new studio album from The Church (“Further/Deeper”), plus a reissue of OMD’s “Junk Culture,” a new Art of Noise compilation, a CD/LP box set of The Go-Betweens’ early work, plus a Stiff Little Fingers live album.
The Church this week treated fans to a free download of a brand-new Christmas song — it is, quite succinctly, called “Xmas” — that will appear as one of three previously unreleased bonus tracks appended to the forthcoming 2LP vinyl release of the band’s new record Further/Deeper.
The Church will follow February’s U.S. release of its new album Further/Deeper with a 19-date North American tour that will find the Aussie rockers performing both at San Francisco’s Noise Pop Festival and the South By Southwest Music Conference in Austin, Texas.
The Church will release what it’s billing as its 25th studio album next month, a collection of new material that’s been christened Further/Deeper and which marks the long-running Australian rockers’ first record without guitarist Marty Willson-Piper, who was “not available” and has been replaced by Powderfinger’s Ian Haug.