After two years in the making, across all kinds of physical and personal terrains, Alarms in the Heart is out today. The feeling for us is impossible to describe, really, suffice to say that we are deeply grateful for your continued support, and excited by this new chapter in the ongoing story of Dry the River.
You can buy the album in your preferred formats here:
iTunes & Amazon (Digital)
Rough Trade & Record Store (CD & Vinyl with bonus flexi-disc)
Music Glue (Bundles including tickets & merch)
You can also stream the album in full on Spotify.
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We’re playing some in-stores this week to celebrate this milestone. Come find us in these places to pick up the exclusive vinyl edition of Alarms in the Heart with bonus track New Cross on flexi-disc, only available in independent stores.
Banquet Records, Kingston – 26.08.14 [info]
Rise Records, Bristol – 27.08.14 [info]
Rough Trade East, London – 28.08.14 [info]
Reading & Leeds
Thanks to everyone who watched our set at Reading or Leeds. It was a very special moment for us and the perfect way to prepare for the release of the second record. In case you missed it you can watch our Reading main stage set on BBC iPlayer here.
Thanks to all of you, wherever you are, for sticking with us. In rainy London or the brighter corners of the world, please put on this record and turn it up.
In anticipation of our second LP, Alarms in the Heart, coming out on Aug 25th (26th US), our friends at Popmatters have shared Jake Dypka’s 10 minute documentary of our weird and wonderful time making the record in Iceland.
Check it out here: