Lambchop's new single, Gone Tomorrow, is the lead single from their eleventh studio album Mr. M, which will be released on February 20th 2012, through City Slang. The band will be touring the UK in March 2012, supported by Courtney Tidwell.
The video for Gone Tomorrow was directed by Zack Spiger and features the wrestlers Jocephus and Wolfie D. The seven minute video begins with frontman Kurt Wagner picking Jocephus up and escorting him to his wrestling tournament, against Wolfie D. Throughout the match, the band watch the action on a widescreen TV and afterwards, perform the rest of Gone Tomorrow.
Lambchop formed in 1986; there has never been a solid line-up but singer songwriter and guitarist Kurt Wagner has always been at the centre of it all.
Work on Mr. M began shortly after the untimely passing of Kurt's friend, Vic Chessnut and as a result, the album is
dedicated to his memory. The cover artwork was drawn by Kurt himself; in previous years, past album covers have been drawn by long-time collaborator Wayne White, who is a childhood friend of Kurt's.
01.03. UK - London , Barbican
03.03. IRL - Dublin , Vicar<s Street
04.03. UK - Gateshead , Sage
05.03. UK - Glasgow , Oran Mor
06.03. UK - Manchester , Cathedral
07.03. UK - Bristol , Fleece
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