January 8th, 2014
Posts Tagged ‘A Lot Like Birds’
October 29th, 2013
Although the predicted comparisons with post-hardcore kin Dance Gavin Dance hang somewhat flimsily over each A Lot Like Birds release (clean vocalist Kurt Travis performed a stint with DGD from 2007 til 2010), ‘No Place’, the band’s third full-length, confirms them to be a decidedly more involved affair. Expanding on the blueprint of sophomore ‘Conversation Piece’, the Sacramento sextet deliver a borderline overbearing whirlwind of kinetic aggression and fluctuating progressivisms which are as intriguing as they are congested.
October 28th, 2013
Erratic post-hardcore troupe A Lot Like Birds have just unveiled their new music video for ‘Next To Ungodliness’, the latest track lifted from their upcoming third album, ‘No Place’. You can watch it below:
September 1st, 2013
Post-hardcore troupe A Lot Like Birds were recently shot by our friends at Altar TV performing one of their fan favourites, ‘Think Dirty Out Loud’, live. You can stream and watch it below:
December 17th, 2012
American post-hardcore outfit A Lot Like Birds have just announced their first ever headline run of the UK during their European tour in February, bringing along support from Derby’s Violet throughout. All UK dates of the tour are listed below:
August 9th, 2012
Post-hardcore sextet A Lot Like Birds are pleased to announce that they have recently signed over to the label Equal Vision Records.
January 8th, 2012
After holding a competition for fans to create their own music video for their track ‘Think Dirty Out Loud’, experimental post-hardcore outfit A Lot Like Birds have finally chosen their winner. Check out the victor’s video for the track below:
October 11th, 2011
Release Date: October 11th, 2011
Label: Doghouse Records
Website: None available
For anyone who is so inclined to those sorts of things, you may remember Kurt Travis from a little band called Dance Gavin Dance. You may also remember that he was unceremoniously dumped out of the band after three years of hard service. Never one to be put down, Travis jumped straight back on the horse and into experimental post-hardcore sextet, A Lot Like Birds. Who, for anyone who has not yet been acquainted with the band, is possibly one of the only bands on the planet stranger than the one he was kicked out of?