Death From Above 1979 to reform

Everyone has been getting ridiculously excited that Death From Above 1979 are back on the festival circuit this summer, but will it lead to the band releasing any new material? A new blog post by band member Sebastien Granger on their official site suggests it could do.

SOME WORDS

It’s been 5 years since Death From Above 1979 played a show, 10 years since Jesse played me the first demos & 11 years since we sat in his parents basement and played so loud we knocked the china off the shelves upstairs. 11 seems to be a YES number for me. Though I am usually a pretty rational guy, if I have something on my mind and I see an 11 somewhere, I know I’m on the right path. It’s one of my last remaining superstitions. 2011 has a nice ring to it & if you’re so inclined, it may be the last year ever! So why not say YES? Why not say YES to Coachella? Why not say YES to playing the music we designed to be an undeniable source of power? Why not say YES to stirring up a writhing pit of sweaty humans? YES to riots! YES to heavy music! YES instead of maybe, and YES to make death your adviser and remind yourself always, that this is not a dress rehearsal. This is the big show.

Jesse and I have decided that what we can do together should not be denied.
Together again, as was always the intention, as a collaboration.
The collision of two different worlds.
As this all takes shape, we will reveal it to you.
All of it happening, as it always has, in our own way.
Thank you all for sharing in our excitement!

Yes.
SEBASTIEN

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2 Responses to “Death From Above 1979 to reform”

  1. […] of the album by the way. In admittance, this is a very dodgy call. They have only just announced a brief comeback tour, and they’re in our pre-emptive top 10 albums? But we all know how much we want this. If they […]

  2. […] this is not enough to get you excited for Coachella and all the other comeback dates DFA1979 have arranged, then nothing […]

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