Flobots Premieres New Single

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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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Flobots Announces ‘NOENEMIES’ Release Date

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Flobots has announced the release date for its upcoming album NOENEMIES.

The band’s fourth album, NOENEMIES will be released Friday, May 5, 2017.  The Kickstarter-funded record can be pre-ordered now online via the band’s official website.  The record’s debut single, ‘Carousel’ will be released April 7 on digital platforms everywhere.

In anticipation of NOENEMIES’ upcoming release, the band recently announced a series of live dates with dance troupe Wonderbound dubbed “Divisions.”  The performances will see Wonderbound performing to songs taken from Flobots’ new album at three locations across Flobots’ home state of Colorado.

More information on NOENEMIES is available online now along with all of the band’s latest news, tour dates and more at:

 

 

 

Website: http://www.flobots.com

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

Twitter: http://twitter.com/flobots

 

 

 

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Flobots Unveil New LP’s Lead Single

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Courtesy: Liveloud

Flobots is giving fans a taste of its next album.

The band released the song ‘Pray’ (Extended) this week.  The song is the first single from the band’s upcoming album NOENEMIES.  The song is available at all digital retailers now.  It can be streamed online now here.  The song’s lyrics are available here.

‘Pray’ was written and recorded early in 2016 ahead of the presidential race between now President Trump and former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton.  The band said the song is a call to action, addressing the problems of racism and division among America’s population.

The song is described as coming from the vantage point of a community realizing the result of its part in the racism that has become so present across the country. The community, in its realization, asks for collective forgiveness for its actions.

NOENEMIES’ lead sing samples an Alan Lomax performance of the Sacred Harp song ‘Antioch’ for its arrangement. A local Denver, CO Sacred Harp group was brought in to sing “re-imagined” lyrics to ‘Antioch’ for the introduction to the extended take on ‘Pray.’

Flobots member Johnny 5 said hearing ‘Antioch’ had a powerful impact on him, adding it led to a deep appreciation for Sacred Harp singing.

“When I first heard ‘Antioch’ it felt like an exorcism…,” Johnny 5 said. “Digging deeper, we realized that the entire culture of Sacred Harp singing fully embodies the spirit that has fueled the direction of our new music. Songs of power. Songs that celebrate community. Songs designed to be experienced,  not performed. Songs meant to be sung out with strength.”

Flobots will host a Facebook Live Q&A session on Jan. 30 to discuss in more depth the topics addressed in its new single. The session will begin at 10 p.m. ET.  Anyone wanting to take part can RSVP and present questions for the session here.

Flobots will also partner with Denver, CO-based dance company Wonderbound for a series of live performance collaborations dubbed “Divisions” to promote its new album.  The collaboration will see the group performing dance routines to Flobots’ new songs.

The performances begin April 14 and run through April 30.  They will be held at a series of venues around Denver.  Fans can check out the dates for the shows and purchase tickets here.

More information on Flobots’ new single is available online now along with all of the band’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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