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Los Campesinos! Reveal New LP Details

Romance Is Boring Comes Out January 26th

Oct 26, 2009
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We've already heard a couple preview tracks from the forthcoming Los Campesinos! album in the delightful video for "The Sea Is a Good Place to Think of the Future" and new single "There Are Listed Buildings." Now, we're here to report that the title of the third full-length will be Romance Is Boring. The release date is set for January 26th in North America, via Arts&Crafts, and February 1st in the U.K., via Wichita.

The band notes on their website, "It is a record about the death and decay of the human body, sex, lost love, mental breakdown, football and, ultimately, that there probably isn't a light at the end of the tunnel."

We Are Beautiful, We Are Doomed producer John Goodmanson once again manned the boards for the new full-length. The release was mixed and recorded between March and June of this year, in Seattle, Connecticut, and Monmouthsire. Musical guests included Xiu Xiu's Jamie Stewart, Parenthetical Girls' Zac Pennington, and The Dead Science's Jherek Bischoff.

LC! are playing a ton of new tracks on their current U.K. tour. The very detailed Romance Is Boring tracklist is below:

Romance Is Boring:

01 In Medias Res
02 There Are Listed Buildings
03 Romance Is Boring
04 We've Got Your Back (Documented Minor Emotional Breakdown #2)
05 Plan A
06 200-102
07 Straight in at 101
08 Who Fell Asleep In
09 I Warned You: Do Not Make an Enemy of Me
10 Heart Swells/100-1
11 I Just Sighed. I Just Sighed, Just So You Know
12 A Heat Rash in the Shape of the Show Me State; or, Letters From Me to Charlotte
13 The Sea Is a Good Place to Think of the Future
14 This Is a Flag. There Is No Wind.
15 Coda: A Burn Scar in the Shape of the Sooner State

(www.loscampesinos.com)



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