LONG DISTANCE CALLING announced a new album and launched a new song

Münster-based post-rockers Long Distance Calling announced their new album ‚Eraser‘. Two years after having launched ‚How Do We Want to Live?‘ their next strike will hit the shelves on August 26th, 2022 and ‚Eraser‘ comes via earMUSIC.

Right in time, on Earth Day 2022, the quartet released with ‚Kamilah‘ a first song, taken from the new record. The song also introduces the conceptual idea behind the album. Each of the songs on ‘Eraser is dedicated is dedicated to a specific endangered species which also explains the album title, chosen by the band.

Tracklist:

  1. Enter: Death Box
  2. Blades
  3. Kamilah
  4. 500 Years
  5. Sloth
  6. Giants Leaving
  7. Blood Honey
  8. Landless King
  9. Eraser

Furthermore, Long Distance Calling finally, and after a couple of Covid-related delays, hit the road for their second ‘Seats & Sounds’ tour, which will start at Elbphilharmonie, Hamburg on May 4th, 2022. Here are the dates:

04.05.22, Hamburg, Kleine Elbphilharmonie

05.05.22, Dresden, Tante-Ju (new venue)

10.05.22, Hannover, Pavillon

11.05.22, Mannheim, Capitol

12.05.22, Stuttgart, Liederhalle, Mozart-Saal

13.05.22, Leipzig, Peterskirche

14.05.22, Berlin, Passionskirche

15.05.22, Frankfurt, myticket Jahrhunderthalle Club

16.05.22, München, Backstage Werk (new venue)

18.05.22, Bochum, Christuskirche

19.05.22, Köln, Theater Am Tanzbrunnen

Photo: Andre Stephan

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