Into It. Over It.'s third album will be titled Standards. The album was produced by John Vanderslice (Spoon, The Mountain Goats) and written in a cabin without access to phone or internet. A nice feature with Evan Weiss can be read on Spin.
“We couldn’t sweat the small stuff,” Weiss recalls. “You’re not able to go in and tweak or micromanage little sections of the music. It helped me accept chaos in a way I couldn’t before.”
Iron & Wine can be found performing a new tune, "Caught in the Briars" in the replies. You can also download another new song, "The Waves of Galveston," which can be downloaded here. The first comes from his new album, the second does not.
Iron & Wine will release their new album, Ghost on Ghost on April 16th via Nonesuch Records. You can listen to a new song entitled, "Lovers' Revolution," in the replies.
01) Caught in the Briars
02) The Desert Babbler
04) Low Light Buddy of Mine
05) Graces for Saints and Ramblers
06) Grass Windows
07) Singers and the Endless Song
08) Sundown (Back in the Briars)
09) Winter Prayers
10) New Mexico's No Breeze
11) Lovers' Revolution
12) Baby Center Stage
I don't have much to do on a Wednesday night, and I doubt you do either, so why don't you sit back and watchIron & Wine perform their new album Kiss Each Other Clean in its entirety? The show starts now, at 8 pm ET. Enjoy.