The Dismemberment Plan

Fuck, man, good things keep happening today. Case in point: The Dismemberment Plan, the great twitchy D.C. post-punk quartet who happen to be one of my favorite bands of all time, are going to release a new album. The band broke up in 2003, and when they got back together in 2011 for a reunion tour, nobody was really expecting any further music from them. But at a Baltimore show last year, the band debuted a few new songs, and they were fucking awesome. And now those songs will find a home on the new LP Uncanney Valley, the band’s first since Change, way the hell back in 2001. The D-Plan recorded the new album in Baltimore with the excellent post-hardcore producer J. Robbins. We’ll all get to hear it this fall. Check the tracklist below.

TRACKLIST:
01 “No One’s Saying Nothing”
02 “Waiting”
03 “Invisible”
04 “White Collar White Trash”
05 “Living In Song”
06 “Lookin’”
07 “Daddy Was A Real Good Dancer”
08 “Mexico City Christmas”
09 “Go and Get It”
10 “Let’s Just Go To The Dogs Tonight”
(via Pitchfork)

Uncanney Valley is out 10/15 on Partisan.

Comments (11)
  1. Such an underappreciated band. Emergency & I is seriously one of the best albums I have ever heard, both musically and lyrically. Cannot wait for this album.

  2. This is basically all I ever wanted out of 2013. Also, Emergency & I is amazing and always has been, but Change, man, Change has just grown and grown. I love that album so much.

  3. This is the second best news I’ve heard all day!

  4. Definitely a band I was late to the party with, but I can’t wait to hear this.

  5. all of my yes. please don’t disappoint!

  6. once again, thank you based 2013

  7. Paul McNeil  |   Posted on Jun 26th, 2013 +3

    Glad to see they finally found their membership cards to the human race.

  8. Shitballs yeah!!! Hey, if the D-Plan can get back together for another album, is there hope for Ellen and Ben? These guys are one of the most hopeful bands I know, just hope I’m invited.

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