New Album From Chicago’s Disappears Out In March

Disappears Pre Language We’re just about a month away from the release of Pre Language, the newest full length LP from the Chicago based Disappears. From the band’s site:

“Never ones to dither or be indecisive, it’s a full-bore assault from the opening track to the last as Disappears attack these new songs with their usual relentless determination. It’s a sinister proceeding – debut Lux was preoccupied with death and endings while follow up Guider with protection – but Pre Language finds the band speaking on, of all things, love. Direct allusions to Philip K. Dick, James Baldwin, and Joan of Arc sit side by side with songs about the lows of life and the characters that permeate it.”

The album is out Feb 28th on Kranky, who also released the bands previous two albums. The record is available from the label and in in our store. Check out the track “Replicate” below! disappears ‘replicate’ by kranky

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