Pinegrove Announce Vinyl Release of Everything So Far Out 4/28/17 on Run For Cover Records

January 31, 2017

Phillip Randall

Pinegrove Announce Vinyl Release of Everything So Far
Out 4/28/17 on Run For Cover Records

New Spring Headlining Tour Dates

Last year saw the release of Pinegrove’s breakthrough album Cardinal, which ended up on numerous year end lists including NPR, Pitchfork, Vulture, Wired, AV Club, and SPIN among others. Now, the Montclair, New Jersey 6-piece are preparing to give their first collection of songs, Everything So Far, a proper vinyl release via Run For Cover Records on April 28th, 2017. Pre-order for the album is now available. Pinegrove announced a run of headlining tour dates this spring in support of the vinyl release. Pre-sale tickets are available now, and tickets will be on sale to the general public on Thursday, February 2nd at noon EST.

Pinegrove’s Everything So Far is exactly what its title suggests – an anthology of all of Pinegrove’s output up to the point of their breakout Run For Cover Records full-length, Cardinal. The collection encapsulates their debut LP Meridian, a number of EPs and even some singles like the captivating track “Angelina” & Cardinal favorite “New Friends.”

Everything So Far will be pressed on vinyl as a double album for the first time this spring. The vinyl & CD versions will also include a brand-new 16 page booklet featuring lyrics & photos documenting the band’s earliest moments. Listening toEverything So Far is a rewarding experience for new & old fans, as the time capsule of a tracklist shows Pinegrove developing a signature sound, maturing & learning with each song.

Track Listing:
01) New Friends
02) Angelina
03) Problems
04) Need
05) Overthrown
06) Size of the Moon
07) Need 2
08) Namesake
09) V
10) &
11) Unison
12) Palisade
13) The Metronome
14) Mather Knoll
15) Over My Shoulder
16) Peeling Off The Bark
17) Morningtime
18) Recycling
19) Sunday
20) On Jet Lag
21) Days

US Tour Dates:

04/26 Boston, MA @ Sinclair*
04/27 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom [Sold Out]*
04/28 Philadelphia, PA @ First Unitarian Church*
04/29 Washington, DC @ Rock N Roll Hotel*
04/30 Brooklyn, NY @ Music Hall of Williamsburg [Presented by WFUV]*
05/08 Cleveland, OH @ Mahall’s
05/09 Louisville, KY @ Headliners
05/10 Nashville, TN @ The End
05/12 – 05/14 Atlanta, GA @ Shaky Knees Festival
07/28 – 07/30 New York, NY @ Panorama Festival
08/03 – 08/06 Portland, OR @ Pickathon Festival

*support from Hovvdy

UK/EU Tour Dates:
(support on all dates from Lomelda)
Feb 21 The Fleece Bristol, United Kingdom
Feb 22 Scala London, United Kingdom [Sold Out]
Feb 23 The Deaf Institute Manchester, United Kingdom
Feb 24 Stereo Glasgow, United Kingdom [Sold Out]
Feb 25 Mama Roux’s Birmingham, United Kingdom
Feb 26 The Portland Arms Cambridge, United Kingdom
Feb 28 Epic Studios Norwich, Uk
Mar 01 Brudenell Social Club Leeds, United Kingdom
Mar 02 The Haunt Brighton, United Kingdom
Mar 03 ACU Utrecht, Netherlands
Mar 04 Molotow Hamburg, Germany
Mar 06 Musik & Frieden Berlin, Germany
Mar 07 Schlachthof Wiesbaden, Germany
Mar 08 Paradiso Kleine Zaal Amsterdam, Netherlands
Mar 09 Botanique Rotonde Brussels, Belgium

Existing in various forms over the past several years with a rotating cast of members, songwriter Evan Stephens Hall and drummer Zack Levine are the core of Pinegrove.  The two have played music together since the age of seven, following in the footsteps of their fathers who also play in a band together.  When Hall arrived at Kenyon College in rural Ohio, he began to read and write more, thinking about how the two worked together, or as he puts it “how language is melodic and everything actually is rhythmic; that just as literature lives inside its own world, music can make an inviting, emotional, smart world with tradition and community too.”  The earliest Pinegrove songs began to take shape at this point; the band’s moniker is actually derived from a pinegrove at the edge of Kenyon’s campus where Hall would often go to write.

The band have garnered a loyal following for their idiosyncratic indie rock which demonstrates a deep interest in the twangier reaches of American rock.

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