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New Threads announces new LP + video

New Threads have announced their third studio album via Pink Hat Records (fourth overall), Threadsboro, along with a brand new YouTube-exclusive track titled "There Goes My Mind".

Threadsboro was announced with the release of the album's lead single "Clean" back in May, but today was the first day that the album was available for pre-order, along with the reveal of the tracklist and official artwork. You can pre-order Threadsboro here.

The album's tracklist is 8 songs, similar to last year's Felonious Wilma, and features both "There Goes My Mind" and "Clean" in the first two tracks. The album's runtime is 40:18, and features both the shortest song in New Threads history ("Slight Return" at 1:16) and the longest ("Way Back Home" at 10:20).  The full track listing is seen in the album's official back cover, seen here:

Along with the pre-order announcement came a brand new song and video, "There Goes My Mind". The song is available for download exclusively by pre-ordering the album, but you can hear it for free by watching the song's video on their YouTube page. The track releases everywhere on June 14th.

The album was produced by Jacob Keplinger and Justin Siegel, primarily in the band's storage unit in Smyrna, Tennessee, continuing the trend of recording every album in a different space. With Death in the Afternoon being recorded primarily in Keplinger's dorm room, NEW THREADS in a townhouse, and Felonious Wilma in a house, Threadsboro fits in nicely with its storage unit setting.

The album's cover photo was taken by Keplinger on his Google Pixel 3, using the NightSight feature. The back cover photo and all subsequent promotional shots were taken by "Strawberry Shake" filmmaker Miguel Najera. 

Threadsboro arrives everywhere on July 12, and you can pre-order it now to receive instant downloads of "There Goes My Mind" and "Clean". 


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