*** ISOLATION CULTURE *** our new album is out October 14th 2016 via Hand Drawn Dracula, Tannen Records & Maple Death Records.

► LISTEN to titletrack "Isolation Culture" via Clash Music: http://bit.ly/ClashIsolation

► Pre-Order & Infos - ISOLATION CULTURE on LP (extra limited edition black/red split swirl) & CD: http://bit.ly/IsolationCulture

01/10 Munich, Germany @ Glockenbachwerkstatt
02/10 Berlin, Germany @ ACUD
03/10 Hamburg, Germany @ Club!heim im Schanzenpark
04/10 Rotterdam, Netherlands @ Wunderbar
05/10 London, UK @ The Waiting Room
06/10 Sheffield, UK @ Bungalows & Bears
07/10 Liverpool, UK @ The Shipping Forecast
08/10 Brighton, UK @ Stiky Mike's Frog Bar
09/10 Paris, France @ Point Ephemere
10/10 Nantes, France @ Madame Rêve
11/10 Lille, France @ La Peniche
12/10 Luxembourg @ De Gudden Wellen

Alone, together. It’s not a new state by any means but it so perfectly defines our life that it’s hard not to think of it as a modern concept. At no other time has it been easier to be a part of a working civilization at arms length, on your own terms. Constant data mining and the omnipresent ad in the room provide zero shelter from any connection to “the outside” without sponsored content. No one could have predicted that connecting the world to itself would make it more insular. It’s easier than ever to know what’s happening at all times everywhere but even harder to know what people are actually thinking – literally Isolation Culture.

His Clancyness take this idea and turn it over across the 12 songs that make up their second full length. Is it so bad to want to be alone in the world? What does participation in a society mean anymore? Is communication a communal act or is it a virtual moment you have to log in to find the answer too?

Maybe the answer is that Isolation Culture is a group effort – it’s not the result of a singular thought but a hive – a coming together, a commune. It’s like a memory, there’s focus and blur and something already known but the combination feels new, like right now.
Share the unknown / Isolate me culture.

(Brian Case, Disappears)