Copeland have officially announced their new album and release date (November 24th in stores but if you pre-ordered you'll get it November 14th) -- hit the replies for the video announcement and to stream the fantastic new song "Disjointed."
Copeland have revealed the track listing for their upcoming album, Ixora. Don't forget to pre-order the album as well, Halloween will be here before you know it.
01) Have I Always Loved You?
03) I Can Make You Feel Young Again
07) Like A Lie
09) World Turn
10) Like I Want You
11) In Her Arms You Will Never Starve
It contains handwritten lyrics, an exclusive 7 inch vinyl, screen printed sheet music, an Ixora flower seed pack, and an early digital release of the album. 20% of all proceeds from this bundle will go towards a college fund for Ben Fenske, son of our late friend & former crew member, Justin Fenske.
The guys from Copeland will be chatting in this thread at 8pm EST. It's been over five years since the band released new music, so make it worth their while. Ask them about their new album, Ixora, what they've been up to over the past couple years with their side projects, the band's future and more. And when the chat's over, be sure to head over to their webstore and pre-order the new album.
Update: The chat is now over with. We'd like to thank Aaron and Bryan for taking four hours to answer all of our questions. If that doesn't say enough about the guys, I don't know what will. Again, if you haven't already, go pre-orderIxora and help the guys create the next beautiful...
That's right, Copeland will be doing an AMA on the site this Tuesday at 8pm EST. This is the first time the band's openly talking about getting back together, the new album and everything else that is Copeland. The last time the band did one was over five years ago, so be sure to make it around this time, who knows when the next one will be. Don't forget to pre-order the band's new album, Ixora, to have extra special treatment as well (this is a joke). To celebrate, post your favorite Copeland songs in the replies and let's rejoice!
Copelandis back. This is not an April Fool's Day joke; this is not a drill. The band's sixth album, Ixora, will be recorded soon and come out on October 31, 2014; pre-orders are here (top-right). There's a video for a song called "Ordinary" in the replies.
Below you’ll find various bundles with music, apparel, and collectibles. ALL of the physical items in the pre-order will be limited-run items (including “SPECIAL EDITION” and “DELUXE IXORA TWIN" CDs). That means when the pre-orders have sold out, they won’t be offered again.
For the first time in our career, we are making a record as an independent band. These pre-orders are essentially funding the project. The encouraging messages and...
Even though we've posted about Aaron Marsh's (Copeland) studio The Vanguard Room multiple times, we thought we'd let you know that they have a brand new website. There's some neat live session videos on the site and Aaron's always looking for new bands/artists to produce so give it a look.
In a new interview with Aaron Marsh, he says that Copeland won't tour again, but under the right circumstances, they could make a new record. Also, be sure to check out The Lulls in Traffic's new song, "Regret" on Vube and be sure to vote for them to help fund their new record.
The Lulls in Traffic (Aaron Marsh of Copeland and Ivan Ives) have released a new song, "Regret." You can check out the song and video over on Vube. If you dig what you hear, sign up and give it a like to help the guys win the contest to help fund their new album!
Jon Bucklew (ex-Copeland & States) has his very own furniture company - seventeen20. He has a unique minimalist approach but still produces very modern pieces. You can check out everything he has for sale on his Etsy.
Update: There's a 15% off code for Etsy: absolutepunk15.
Worm is the newest movie from independent film maker, Andrew Bowser. The film was shot completely with a GoPro Hero 2 camera and features only one edit, meaning the film was shot in two takes. Aaron Marsh of Copeland is writing the score for the movie. Andrew needs help funding the movie and has started a Kickstarter explaining the film and it's costs. You can watch the trailer in the replies as well.