BARS OF GOLD release new song '$20' | New album 'Shelters' due April 12th on Equal Vision

 
 
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Detroit based post-rock, indie sextet Bars of Gold just dropped “ $20” from their forthcoming LPSHELTERS. The name of the track was inspired but the way James Brown used to fine his live band anytime they made a mistake on stage. The album, due 12th April via Equal Vision Records, was produced by the band along with Chris Koltay ( War on Drugs. Kurt Vile, Deerhunter, etc..).

Listen to the song here

 
 

Consisting of members of seminal post-hardcore band Bear vs. Shark and Detroit experimental mainstays WildcattingBars of Gold have honed in on their frenetic, guitar-driven post-rock with the addition of a 4th guitarist, John Gaviglio, longtime friend of the band and ex- Bear vs. Sharkguitarist. Add in Marc Paffi’s urgent howls and you have an ambient post-rock record with torrential rhythms, a melodic foray of extremely keen sensibilities for dynamics melded with an underlying realized anxiety. Six years since their highly lauded Wheels LP, Bars of Gold are never one to rush a good thing and it’s apparent in the carefully considered music within the tracks of SHELTERS, an album that's fortified in friendship and family and borders on musical telepathy.

PRE-ORDER SHELTERS 
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SHELTERS TRACKLISTING 
Worthless Chorus 
Atlantic City 
$20 
Sometimes 
Beans 
Madonna 
Montana 
Plywood to Pine