O’Brother Announce Release of
Basement Window

September 18th digitally
& Limited Edition LP October 30th


On tour with Circa Survive beginning September 13th
& Appearing at Music Midtown Festival
September 22nd in Atlanta


Triple Crown Records is pleased to announce the release of Basement Window the new EP from O’Brother. The EP is a bit of a sonic departure for the band, stripping down and re-arranging a few of their favorites from their debut full length Garden Window. Vocalist Tanner Merritt explains “It’s a lot of fun to strip a song down to its very core and see how it holds its own based upon sheer songwriting. With so much volume and layering it’s very easy to lose those things. It’s fun and challenging to take a song and mold it in to something completely different. Give it a new tone and demeanor. That’s what our intention was with this EP, to (hopefully) allow ourselves and others to see these songs in a different light.”

Basement Window will be released digitally September 18th and include a bonus track not on the vinyl release. Vinyl will be released October 30th. The limited vinyl release is a special pressing, 1 side audio and 1 side etched artwork.

Basement Window track list:

Lo
Machines Pt. 1
Lay Down
Malum
Poison!

O’Brother will join Circa Survive, Touché Amore and Balance & Composureon tour starting September 13th in New Haven, CT continuing across the country through October 26th.  They will be taking a few shows off from the tour to make a big splash in their hometown of Atlanta with an appearance at Music Midtownperforming alongside Pearl Jam, Florence And The Machine, Neon Tress and more at Atlanta’s Piedmont Park.

Confirmed U.S. Tour Dates:

9/13 New Haven, CT @ Toad’s Place
9/14 New York, NY @ Terminal 5
9/15 Boston, MA @ House of Blues
9/16 Baltimore, MD @ Rams Head Live
9/18 Norfolk, VA @ The Norva
9/19 Charlotte, NC @ Amos’ Southend Music Hall
9/22 Atlanta, GA @ Music Midtown Festival
9/23 Fort Lauderdale, FL @ Revolution
9/26 Nashville, TN @ The Cannery
9/28 New Orleans @ House of Blues
9/29 Houston, TX @ House of Blues
9/30 Dallas, TX @ House of Blues
10/2 Austin, TX @ Emo’s East
10/3 San Antonio, TX @ Sunset Station
10/5 Tempe, AZ @ The Marquee
10/7 Pomona, CA @ Fox Theater
10/10 Los Angeles, CA @ Club Noka La Live
10/11 San Francisco, CA @ The Regency
10/12 Portland, OR @ Wonder Ballroom
10/13 Seattle, WA @ The Showbox SoDo
10/15 Salt Lake City, UT @ In The Venue
10/16 Denver, CO @ The Summit Music Hall
10/18 Lawrence, KS @ Granada
10/19 Minneapolis, MN @ Cabooze On The West Bank
10/20 Chicago, IL @ Vic Theatre
10/21 Pontiac, MI @ The Crofoot
10/24 Cleveland, OH @ House of blues
10/25 Buffalo, NY @ Town Ballroom
10/26 Syracuse, NY @ Westcott Theater

Also check out the brand new video for
“Poison!” (Acoustic Version) right here!

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