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ALL PEOPLE – DO THIS AGAIN TOMORROW: 4th + Final Album Due April 26th Via Community Records

March 30, 2019

ALL PEOPLE – DO THIS AGAIN TOMORROW: 4th + Final Album Due April 26th Via Community Records

New Orleans quartet and legendary DIY band All People, are about to release their 4th and final album due April 26th via Community Records. The band which was originally formed by Community Records ( Pope, Caddywhompus) founders Daniel “D-Ray” Ray(vocals/keys/horns) and Greg Rodrigue(vocals/bass/synth) have been at the centre of their cities blossoming indie and punk rock scene for years, running the label, booking shows/festivals, and constantly touring the country. These guys resonate in all things DIY. The quartet also features musicians
Josh Campbell on Guitar, who also pressed the release on vinyl himself at New Orleans Record Press and Robert Landry on Drums. Together over the years this band have become a united entity for all things passion, DIY and drive. They’ve gained themselves a status and a respectable fan base. They’ve set themselves no limitations, no boundaries and have instead taken whatever direction that fits to project their music into the world.

The forthcoming 12 track album is the perfect collection of compositions to capture the craftship of such a vital band and their vision.

This grouping of songs represents our collective emotion filtered through a fresh perspective given to us by distance from something we used to spend so much time doing. “Do This Again Tomorrow” is the fourth and final All People record. Written over many years, while we were all transitioning to different phases of our lives, we feel this is the most cohesive and fully realized output of the project to date. These are songs about growing up as individuals within a group. These are songs about how much being able to make music together means to us, and about our exasperation at how long it has taken us to do it right.

All People | Do This Again Tomorrow Tracklisting

  1. Let’s Do This Again Tomorrow
  2. Dream of Love
  3. Shattered Symbol
  4. Stay Here
  5. Interlude pt. 1
  6. But Then Again What Is?
  7. Harbor
  8. Chestplate
  9. Give Up
  10. Bognor Regis
  11. Know for Now
  12. Interlude pt. 2

Dynamic shifts, robust riffs and harmonious vocals throughout. Lyrics that capture your attention and remain thought provoking after they’ve been flawlessly delivered. All People know how to build prepossessing orchestrations. Of which continue to tell a story, continue to keep the listener engaged with their message and the ability to relish in their empowering and immersive energy. The band effortlessly create striking sounds, immense intensity and vivacious rhythms.

All People are simply purveyors of something altogether more striking and bold. This is once again visible with their latest and their final creation. They take the best from genres across the board which have influenced them as musicians, they turn those influences into a simply utopian design. The four musicians have grown and developed their skills over the years of writing and recording together, but they’ve always had the ability to provide a powerful arrangement within every note, every lyric and every beat.

Do This Again Tomorrow is a fitting tribute to a band that command your attention, an outfit that buzzes with urgency.

The final LP from the band is available to preorder now via Community Records. The first 75 pre-orders will come with a retrospective deluxe lyric book and coloured swirl marble vinyl. The book is a 20+ page book that inclydes a description and list of every show All People have ever played, photos of the band from over the years, artwork, tour stories, stories of their veggie oil van adventures, a tour cook book and lyric. Risograph printed by Max Seckel. A serious must have for any collectors, any fans, true Community Records supporters.

http://tinyurl.com/allpeoplefinalalbum

https://communityrecords.bandcamp.com/album/do-this-again-tomorrow

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