New Dirty Projectors Album Set For June 9th, 2009

New Dirty Projectors Album Set For June 9th, 2009

Brooklyn, NY based Dirty Projectors are set to release ‘Bitte Orca’, their 5th full-length album and first for Domino Records on June 9, 2009. The album was recorded in Portland, OR and Brooklyn, NY in 2008 and will be available on CD, LP & digital. David Longstreth formed Dirty Projectors in 2002 and the group now consists of Angel


Deradoorian, Amber Coffman, Brian Mcomber and David as principal members. Lead single ‘Stillness Is The Move’ will precede the album on April 21st in North America and will be available on 12″ and digital, with b-sides and a remix by Lucky Dragons.

Dirty Projectors will also be introducing an expanded 6 member live lineup with the addition of bassist Nat Baldwin and vocalist Haley Dekle for a number of dates this winter and spring. The dates include a very special show at the Walker Arts Center in Minneapolis on March 6th, a number of SXSW performances, a UK Arts Council headline tour and more.

Tracklists



Bitte Orca

1. Cannibal Resource
2. Temecula Sunrise
3. The Bride
4. Stillness Is The Move
5. Two Doves
6. Useful Chamber
7. No Intention
8. Remade Horizon
9. Fluorescent Half Dome

Stillness Is The Move

A1 Stillness Is The Move (Album Version)
A2 Stillness Is The Move (A Cappella Mix)
B1 Stillness Is The Move (Lucky Dragons Remix)
B2 Wave The Bloody Shirt
B3 Bitte Bitte Orca

3/6 – Walker Arts Center – Minneapolis, MN
3/19 – SXSW – NPR Party @ The Parish
3/19 – SXSW – Windish Agency Showcase @ Emos Annex
3/20 – SXSW – TBA
3/21 – SXSW – TBA
3/24 – Rescue Rooms – Nottingham, UK
3/25 – Clwb Ifor Bach – Cardiff, UK
3/27 – Black Box – Belfast, Northern Ireland
3/38 – Crawdaddy – Dublin, Ireland
3/29 – ABC2 – Glasgow, Scotland
3/31 – Komedia – Brighton, UK
4/1 – Mint Lounge – Manchester, UK
4/2 – Scala – London, UK
4/3 – Arnolfini – Bristol, UK
4/4 – Taylor Johns House – Coventry, UK


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