Opening with dizzying lights on a dusty morning, the scene surrounding 'Oostende', the 2nd single from Keep Shelly in Athens' debut album, suddenly clears when a signature breakbeat cracks through and Sarah P's etherial voice pierces the track. Set in the Belgium city of Oostende, the band takes listeners on a journey through distant memories wrought with intense joy and deep sadness. 'Oostende' is a warm and reflective piece of pop music.
At Home will be released on Sept 17 with Cascine.
Keep Shelly in Athens joins Chad Valley on a co-headlining tour in North America this October. Full dates below.
KEEP SHELLY IN ATHENS
10/09 Washington, DC - DC9 *
10/10 New York, NY - Mercury Lounge *
10/11 Philadelphia, PA - Boot & Saddle *
10/12 Allston, MA - Great Scott *
10/13 Montreal, CA - Il Motore *
10/15 Toronto, ON - Wrongbar *
10/16 Pontiac, MI - Pike Room *
10/18 Chicago, IL - The Empty Bottle *
10/19 Minneapolis, MN - 7th St. Entry *
10/22 Vancouver, CA - Biltmore Cabaret *
10/23 Seattle, WA - Barboza *
10/25 San Francisco, CA - Rickshaw Stop *
10/26 Los Angeles, CA - Bootleg Bar *
10/27 San Diego, CA - The Casbah *
10/29 Brooklyn, NY - Glasslands *
* = w/ Chad Valley
Keep Shelly in Athens
Release Date: Sept 17, 2013
1. Time Exists Only To Betray Us
6. Madmen Love
7. Stay Away
8. Room 14 (I'm fine)
13. Back to Kresnas street
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