Flobots Premieres New Single

Courtesy: LiveLoud

Flobots is sending its listeners on a ‘Carousel’ ride.

The band released its new single ‘Carousel’ this week.  The song is taken from the band’s latest full-length studio recording NOENEMIES, which will be released May 5.

The single’s release is just the latest move in the band’s push to promote its upcoming album.  The band also recently appeared on Colorado Public Radio to talk about NOENEMIES, modern day protest music and the themes behind the group’s new record.  Audiences can hear that interview online now here.

The band will also appear on Colorado Public Radio’s Open Air on May 5. It will present songs from NOENEMIES and songs from its “Divisions” collaboration. The interview is scheduled to air at noon MST.

The “Divisions” collaboration is a collaboration with Denver, CO-based dance troupe Wonderbound.  The group is teaming with the band to perform live renditions of the band’s new music in a series of live dates across Colorado this month.  Those dates begin April 14 at the PACE Center.

Wonderbound’s live dates with Flobots are listed here.  Tickets for the shows can be purchased at the site, too.

More information on Flobots’ new album is available online now along with all of the group’s latest news and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.flobots.com

Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/theflobots

Twitter: http://twitter.com/flobots

 

 

 

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