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Ring Them Bells “Sweet To My Soul” Video

Ring Them Bells have released the video for the No One’s Dead / We’re Just Dressed In Black scorching album closer “Sweet To My Soul.”

It debuted on the Danish site Gaffa. If your Danish is reasonably good, you could read that the live footage was recorded at the Copenhagen moped clubhouse for Teufelskerle where they played their album release show to a packed out venue. They’re playing a free show in Copenhagen on Wednesday, 24 June, at the Dr. Martens store.

No One’s Dead/ We’re Just Dressed In Black cds are available from Burnt Toast Vinyl and on cassette from btv and Crime and Punishment Packaged Goods.

Mike Adams At His Honest Weight

Our next one-sided LP release will be from our friends in Bloomington, IN, Mike Adams At His Honest Weight. The audio lacquer and etching are at the pressing plant and a release date will be announced when we have a better understanding of the final shipping date. If you aren’t familiar, you should take a listen to 2014’s excellent Best of Boiler Room Classics released by our friends at Flannelgraph Records and Joyful Noise. It was on heavy rotation throughout the year and most highly recommended.

In the meantime, the band will be on a little tour starting this Friday in Philadelphia with our good friends Ortolan:
12 June – Philadelphia, PA – The Fire with Ortolan
13 June – Boston, MA – The Lilypad
15 June – Jersey City, NJ – The Goddamn Dave Hill Show (WFMU) 
16 June – Brooklyn, NY – The Bell House  with ohnomoon, and Bronze Float
17 June – Pittsburgh, PA – Howler’s
18 June – Columbus, OH – Tree Bar
20 June- Bloomington, IN – The Bishop  with Eric Ayotte, Metavari


Bosque Brown : Us

Bosque Brown has released their new album Us digitally via their bandcamp page. You can stream the album and purchase a copy today. I’ve had the chance to listen to it for a while and it’s a truly beautiful and incredible album, well worth your attention. Gorilla Vs. Bear calls Us “lovely and haunting…An alternately intimate and expansive collection of dark Texas folk…”