Thrice release video for new single ‘Black Honey’!

Just last month Country’s Orange Country’s Thrice announced the release of their ninth studio album, To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere. The album was produced by Eric Palmquist and will be released on 17th June, 2016 via Vagrant Records/BMG.  Today, the band have announced a London show ahead of their appearence at Reading & Leeds Festival as well as fans being able to watch the eerie new video for the album single ‘Black Honey’ which you can watch above!


Thursday  25-Aug-16  London Electric Ballroom
Artist Presale Thursday 19th May – 9am
General Sale Friday 20th May – 9am  TICKETS HERE OR HERE

Friday 26- Aug-16 Reading festival The Pit Stage

Saturday 27-Aug-16 Leeds Festival The Pit Stage

When a band announces a hiatus, the news is generally met with a sigh from the fans and the sinking feeling that this is it; it’s all over. But back in 2012 when Thrice pressed pause on their collective career there was little doubt in singer Dustin Kensrue’s mind that this was the respite he needed personally, and that this would mean the band could eventually continue creatively. 

It wasn’t till around Thanksgiving 2014 that Dustin fired off a group text that would start to bring their lives back together. Sent after he and Teppei caught a particularly inspiring Brand New concert, the wheels were slowly set in motion. Due to their disparate living locales, the quartet began to share scraps of songs and ideas online, a process that’s commonplace for many, but somewhat foreign to a group used to thrashing out the majority of a record together in one room—and of course, they eventually did. In January and February 2016 Thrice reconvened in Southern California for a period of six weeks to lay down their ninth album, To Be Everywhere Is to Be Nowhere, with the help of producer Eric Palmquist

For this record the singer found he was variously inspired by Stephen King’s seminal book On Writing, philosopher Seneca the Younger, and his feelings on modernity’s relentless connectivity, not to mention the relentless updates of news at home and around the globe. Dustin calls To Be Everywhere… his most vulnerable and most politically-minded album to date.

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To Be Everywhere Is To Be Nowhere Track List

Blood On The Sand
The Window
Wake Up
The Long Defeat
Black Honey
Stay With Me
Death From Above
Salt And Shadow

Danny Peart
Editor / Live Music Photographer / Journalist at Soundcheck-Live

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