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Red River Dialect Shares "Gull Rock" via Uproxx.

Red River Dialect Shares “Gull Rock” via Uproxx.

Red River Dialect will release their third album, Broken Stay Open Sky, on February 2nd. After presenting the “rhapsodic” (NPR Music) lead single “Kukkuripa,” the band now shares “Gull Rock,” described by Uproxx as “frenzied and fantastic.” The band will tour the UK to celebrate the release of the album, including several dates with The Weather Station. 

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The Weather Station: Tiny Desk + Tour.

The Weather Station: Tiny Desk + Tour.

The Weather Station ended 2017 on a high note receiving year-end accolades from the likes of Uncut, New Yorker, SPIN, NPR Music, Uproxx, Stereogum and beyond for her self-titled album. While on tour last fall, Lindeman (guitar, vocals) and band—Ben Whiteley (bass), Ian Kehoe (drums), and William Kidman (guitar)—stopped by NPR Music for an excellent Tiny Desk Concert performance. Here she performed album singles “Thirty” and “You and I (On The Other Side Of The World),” alongside standout track “Free.”

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Red River Dialect to Tour with The Weather Station.

Red River Dialect to Tour with The Weather Station.

Happy news: Red River Dialect is heading out on a UK tour this winter to celebrate the release of their forthcoming album Broken Stay Open Sky, including many shows with The Weather Station. Don’t miss this incredible pairing.

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Red River Dialect Announce Broken Stay Open Sky + Share "Kukkuripa" via NPR.

Red River Dialect Announce Broken Stay Open Sky + Share “Kukkuripa” via NPR.

The London-based band (with Cornish roots) brings a windswept energy and daylight to a contemplative, gorgeously rendered suite of songs about inhabiting the landscape, and our bodies, in joy and pain alike. This is the band’s most ambitious and emotionally affecting work to date: atmospheric but deeply rooted, equally concerned with investigating the concrete and the cosmic, both quiet details of the everyday and looming matters of faith. 

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Red River Dialect:  Broken Stay Open Sky  (PoB-039)

Red River Dialect: Broken Stay Open Sky (PoB-039)

The London-based band (with Cornish roots) brings a windswept energy and daylight to a contemplative, gorgeously rendered suite of songs about inhabiting the landscape, and our bodies, in joy and pain alike. This is the band’s most ambitious and emotionally affecting work to date: atmospheric but deeply rooted, equally concerned with investigating the concrete and the cosmic, both quiet details of the everyday and looming matters of faith.

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