Written-By, Performer – Fucked Up. Notes. Issued in a gatefold sleeve with a folded insert and includes a download coupon for free mp3s for both versions of the album
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Album · 2014 · 10 Songs. Glass Boys Fucked Up. Alternative. Listen on Apple Music.
Dose Your Dreams is the fifth studio album by Canadian hardcore punk band Fucked Up. The album was released on October 5, 2018 through Merge Records. The four year gap between the album and their 2014 album, Glass Boys marked the longest gap in studio albums in the band's history. The album was shortlisted for the Juno Award for Alternative Album of the Year at the Juno Awards of 2019.
Fucked Up Glass Boys tracklist: 1. Echo Boomer 2. Touch Stone 3. Sun Glass 4. The Art Of Patrons 5. Warm Change 6. Paper The House 7. DET 8. Led By Hand 9. The Great Divide 10. Glass Boys. Fucked Up tour dates: 4/19 – Oakland, CA – Tankcrimes Brainsqueeze Festival 4/27 – St. John’s, NL – Lawnya Vawnya 6/6 – New York, NY – Bowery Ballroom 6/8 – Toronto, ON – Field Trip Festival 6/9 – Montreal, QC – Heavy MTL 6/13 – B Sides Festival, Lucern, Switzerland 6/14 – VK, Brussels, Belgium 6/15 – Gorilla – Manchester, UK (with Lower) 6/16 – The Cluny, Newcastle, UK (with Lower).
Fucked Up has released details about their upcoming album Glass Boys on Matador Records. The band released a track listing, cover art and the lead single, "Paper the House. There will also be a limited vinyl version. According to the band, the standard album includes two simultaneous drum takes layered on top of two other simultaneous drum takes played in half time.
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Although Fucked Up's fourth album, Glass Boys, may not be as high-concept as 2011's sprawling David Comes to Life, the Canadian hardcore outfit delivers an album every bit as epic with Glass Boys. Rather than looking outward to tell a story, the album finds Fucked Up turning the narrative lens on themselves with a collection about the perils of getting older and burdens of unexpected recognition