Sleigh Bells Announce New Album

Bitter Rivals Cover

Bitter Rivals Cover

Derek E. Miller and Alexis Krauss, aka Sleigh Bells, have announced their new album Bitter Rivalswill be released on October 8, via Mom + Pop.

The album will include 10 tracks produced by Derek Miller and mixed by Andrew Dawson (YeezusWatch The Throne4Teflon Don, Wolf). “Bitter Rivals” is available to purchase now via iTunes.

Tracklist:

01 Bitter Rivals
02 Sugarcane
03 Minnie
04 Sing Like a Wire
05 Young Legends
06 Tiger Kit
07 You Don’t Get Me Twice
08 To Hell With You
09 24
10 Love Sick

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The band has also announced a North American tour with Doldrums, which includes a stop at Tresure Island Music Festival and one date with Danny Brown.

Full Itinerary :

10-04 Pittsburgh, PA – Mr. Smalls
10-10 Vancouver, British Columbia – Commodore *
10-11 Portland, OR – Roseland *
10-12 Seattle, WA – Showbox at Market *
10-15 Santa Ana, CA – Observatory *
10-18 Los Angeles, CA – El Rey *
10-20 San Francisco, CA – Treasure Island Music Festival
10-22 Salt Lake City, UT – The Grand *
10-23 Denver, CO – Bluebird *
10-25 Tulsa, OK – Cain’s Ballroom *
10-26 Dallas, TX – Granada Theater *
10-27 Austin, TX – Stubb’s *
10-29 Atlanta, GA – Center Stage *
10-30 Jacksonville, FL – Freebird Live *
11-01 St. Petesburg, FL – State Theatre *
11-02 Fort Lauderdale, FL – Culture Room *
11-04 Orlando, FL – Firestone *
11-05 Athens, GA – Georgia Theatre
11-06 Raleigh, NC – Lincoln Theatre *
11-08 Nashville, TN – Marathon Music Works *
11-09 Columbus, OH – Newport *
11-10 Chicago, IL – Metro *
11-12 Detroit, MI – St. Andrews *
11-13 Toronto, Ontario – Phoenix *
11-14 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom *
11-16 Boston, MA – Royale *
11-17 Albany, NY – Upstate Concert Hall *
11-19 Washington, DC – Upstate Concert Hall *
11-20 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer *
11-22 New York, NY – Terminal 5 +

* with Doldrums
+ with Danny Brown

Revolt points out that Sleigh Bells used a piece of music from the third album in a teaser for Reign of Terror. “The music for that is going to be on the third record,” Miller told 107.7 The End last summer. “It was one of the last things we recorded and it just didn’t have a spot on the record and I love that piece of music. So I’m going to develop it, flesh it out and arrange it and turn it into a fully fledged song.”

 

Watch the video for the title track below, directed by the band and made in conjunction with the Creators Project:

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