Molina & Johnson - Molina & Johnson (new album / tour dates / MP3)

by Tyler Gould

6 October 2009

 

Molina & Johnson
Molina & Johnson
(Secretly Canadian)
Releasing: 3 November

The first leaked track from Molina & Johnson, the new collaboration between the honchos behind Magnolia Electric Co. and Centro-matic, respectively, is called “Twenty Circles to the Ground”. It sounds a bit more Johnson than Molina, though it has the same soft, persistent toms that have been backing Molina since Songs: Ohia. If you live in the Netherlands, Belgium, England, or Spain, you’ll be able to see the pair perform live for the first time in November and December.

01 Twenty Circles to the Ground
02 All Falls Together
03 All Gone, All Gone
04 Almost Let You In
05 In the Avalon/Little Killer
06 Don’t Take My Night From Me
07 Each Star Marks a Day
08 Lenore’s Lullaby
09 The Lily and the Brakeman
10 Now, Divide
11 What You Reckon, What You Breathe
12 For as Long as It Will Matter
13 34 Blues
14 Wooden Heart

Molina & Johnson
Twenty Cycles to the Ground [MP3]
     


  
TOUR DATES
11-26 Deventer, Netherlands - Burgerweeshuis
11-27 Ottersum, Netherlands - Roepaen
11-28 Brussels, Belgium - Botanique (Toutpartout 15 Years Fest)
11-29 Utrecht, Netherlands - Tivoli (Le Guess Who? Festival)
11-30 Eindhoven, Netherlands - MC Frits Philips
12-01 Winchester, England - Railway Inn
12-02 London, England - Relentless Garage
12-03 Manchester, England - Deaf Institute
12-10 Barcelona, Spain - Sala Be Cool (Primavera Club)
12-11 Barcelona, Spain - Auditorio Montjuich (Primavera Club)
12-12 Madrid, Spain - Teatro Alcazar (Primavera Club)
12-13 Lloseta-Mallorca, Spain - Teatro Lloseta
12-14 Puerto Real, Spain - TBA

 

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