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One of my favorite podcasts, SongExploder, recently filmed a really great live episode with The Thermals. If you listen carefully, you can hear me laughing in the background.
Jason Tate on 09/18/14 - 10:26 AM
The Thermals' music video for "The Sunset" can be found over here.
Deborah Remus on 05/20/13 - 06:08 PM
Check out my interview with Westin Glass from The Thermals over here.The band will release Desperate Ground this coming Tuesday through Saddle Creek and we discuss that record in detail. In the meantime it's streaming over here and you can grab an instant download code if you pre-order it right now.
Desperate Ground is when you basically have to fight or flee, you have no choice, you canít stay where you are. Itís urgent and critical, youíve got to run or fight. Thatís the scenario we tried to go for in every song on this record, thatís what itís all about.
Deborah Remus on 04/11/13 - 09:09 AM
Cream cheese in bulk?
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Drew Beringer on 04/11/13 - 08:15 AM
The Thermals are streaming Desperate Ground over here. The record is officially released in a week, but you get an instant download code if you pre-order it now. The band's full US tour routing is also in the replies.
Deborah Remus on 04/09/13 - 09:32 AM
You can listen to "The Sunset" by The Thermals in the replies. The band will release Desperate Ground on April 16th through Saddle Creek.
Deborah Remus on 04/01/13 - 02:44 PM
The Thermals' music video for "Born to Kill" can be found in the replies along with the band's upcoming North American tour dates. Desperate Ground will be released on April 16th through Saddle Creek.
Deborah Remus on 03/21/13 - 04:31 PM
You can listen to "Born To Kill" by The Thermals in the replies. The song appears on Desperate Ground, which will be released on April 16th through Saddle Creek.
Deborah Remus on 02/11/13 - 03:43 PM
The Thermals will release a new full-length titled Desperate Ground on April 16th through Saddle Creek Records. Pre-orders are available over here and the band's upcoming tour dates can also be found in the replies.

Track Listing
01) Born To Kill
02) You Will Be Free
03) The Sunset
04) I Go Alone
05) The Sword By My Side
06) You Will Find Me
07) Faces Stay With Me
08) The Howl Of The Winds
09) Where I Stand
10) Our Love Survives
Deborah Remus on 01/31/13 - 09:45 AM
Vans is putting on a series of events in Portland and Brooklyn over the next couple of weeks with live music, video art and giveaways of free customized Vans merchandise. Bands include Dum Dum Girls, The Thermals, Fidlar and more. You can RSVP here; all shows are free and 18+. Portland is this Saturday, July 14th and Brooklyn is next Saturday, July 21st.
Paul Tao on 07/10/12 - 11:17 AM
The Thermals will release the second single from Personal Life on October 19th via Kill Rock Stars. You can download the song, "Never Listen To Me" for free here. You can also head to the replies for their new updated and extended tour dates.
Kyle Huntington on 09/21/10 - 10:40 AM
The Thermals' music video for "I Don't Believe You" can be seen in the replies.
Deborah Remus on 08/21/10 - 08:18 PM
The Thermals have a tour scheduled for this fall in support of their upcoming album, Personal Life. Dates can be seen in the replies.
Lueda Alia on 07/29/10 - 03:46 PM
The Thermals' new single titled "I Don't Believe You" from their upcoming album, Personal Life, can be downloaded here. The single will be released on August 10th through Kill Rock Stars, but you can already pre-order it on their site now.
Lueda Alia on 07/26/10 - 03:51 PM
The Thermals have unveiled their new album, "Personal Life".

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Keagan Ilvonen on 06/10/10 - 08:50 PM
The Thermals have released a new single called "Canada" on myspace.

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Blake Solomon on 02/24/10 - 08:41 AM
If you wash your hands of me, things will never be the way they're supposed to be.
Staff ReviewsMandy K - Mandy K (Chris Fallon)
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The Coast - Expatriate (Blake Solomon)
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Jeremy Aaron on 04/15/09 - 05:38 AM
The Thermals' new album Now We Can See is streaming on their Myspace.

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Mike Kraft on 04/02/09 - 06:44 AM
Album Reviews
View this review.Personal Life
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By Jeremy Aaron
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