Continuing with our exclusive Portugal. The Man content, you can now read a new interview with the band, check out our exclusive premiere of the acoustic video for "Colors" in the replies, and finally check out six pieces of John Gourley's artwork on their AP.net Profile, alongside the stream of "1989" we posted earlier in the week.
Today we have the pleasure of premiering a song from a record we're stoked about. Head to Portugal. The Man's AP.net Profile to stream "1989," a track off of Censored Colors detailing John Gourley's recollection of the Gulf War and how it affected him. Much more Portugal goodness coming in the following days, stay tuned.
Portugal. the Man's track list for their new album, Censored Colors, has been released.
01) Lay Me Back Down
03) And I
06) Out and In In and Out
08) New Orleans
09) Never Pleased
10) Sit Back and Dream
11) Hard Times
12) Our Times
13) All Mine
15) Our Way
Thursday have selected Portugal. the Man and Circle Takes the Square as support on their upcoming, headlining tour. The New Jersey sextet will support their forthcoming package, Kill the House Lights, which is due out on October 30th courtesy of Victory Records.
Portugal. The Man's new album Church Mouth put the band onto the Billboard charts four times. Church Mouth debuted at #13 on Billboard's Top Alternative New Artists chart, at #30 on the Top New Artist Chart, #65 on the Independent Label Chart, and came in at #90 on the Top Hard Music Albums chart.
We've posted a second ABSOLUTExclusive song on Portugal. The Man's AP Profile called "Bellies are Full" alongside "My Mind" from earlier today. These tracks come from Church Mouth, out July 24th on Fearless Records.
Portugal. The Man are heading back into the studio with Casey Bates in one week to begin recording their new full length for Fearless, which is expected out early in July. Also, don't forget to pre-order the bands new EP, It's Complicated Being A Wizard right here.