After a string of reunion shows, periodic secretions of new material, and promises of a new record, beloved D.C. post-punk band The Dismemberment Plan has made it all official-like: The band announced today that it will release its fifth LP, Uncanney Valley, on Oct. 15. It’s the group’s first record since 2001’s Change.
On its website today, the band also posted a track list for the new album. (Anyone who attended D-Plan’s August shows at Metro Gallery would have heard several of these.) Behold:
No One’s Saying Nothing
White Collar White Trash
Living In Song
Daddy Was A Real Good Dancer
Mexico City Christmas
Go And Get It
Let’s Just Go To The Dogs Tonight
Photo by Shervin Lainez
Due to a reporting error, the original version of this blog post misspelled the name of Dismemberment Plan’s new record. It is called Uncanney Valley, not Uncanny Valley.