The Thermals to release Record Store Day 7″ with The Cribs | Spectator Blog

Photo courtesy of Kill Rock Stars Records

April 17th is Record Store Day, a day that brings great in-store performances and special releases to record stores across the nation.

This year, Record Store Day means a special release from Portland punk rockers The Thermals, who are dropping a split 7″ single with former tourmates The Cribs.

The single will feature a new song from each band. The Thermals will be contributing “Separate”, and The Cribs “So Hot Now”.

In addition to their Record Store Day release, The Thermals are working on a new album Personal Life, which is being produced by Death Cab renaissance man Chris Walla. The album is scheduled to be released Sept. 7th.

This weekend, The Thermals will embark on a quick California tour with Kill Rock Stars labelmates Thao with the Get Down Stay Down (with whom they released a Record Store Day single last year) before touring through Australia and China, followed by an East Coast tour with Seattle post-punk (and post-Blood Brothers) darlings Past lives.

(Originally posted on my blog, Pacific NorthBest)

Posted via web from The LP Revival Blog

~ by lprevival on February 8, 2010.

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