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LISTEN: The Dismemberment Plan Drops Second Single “Invisible,” Off First New Album in 12 Years

By Staff; photo by Shervin Lainez on August 23, 2013

 

LISTEN: The Dismemberment Plan Drops Second Single “Invisible,” Off First New Album in 12 Years

The news has sent many longtime fans into a state of shock and disbelief, but yes, The Dismemberment Plan is indeed back!


In preparing for the release of their first LP in 12 years, titled Uncanny Valley, the D.C-based art-punks have released “Invisible,” the second single off the album. 


If this track is any indication of the quality of the album, the signs are looking good and the gods (and fans) will be pleased. “Invisible” is a solid track with tight drums wrapped in the narrative of a naïve, New York newbie. Beginning this track with a violin loop may take a few by surprise, but once the chorus hits and Travis Morrison starts singing, “I’m invisible/Yeah, that’s me,” the band seems to pick up right where they left off.


Uncanney Valley hits the streets October 15, but until then, we’ll have this on repeat.

 

Uncanney Valley tracklisting

1. No One's Saying Nothing

2. Waiting

3. Invisible

4. White Collar White Trash

5. Living in Song

6. Lookin'

7.  Daddy Was a Real Good Dancer

8.  Mexico City Christmas

9.  Go and Get It

10.  Let's Just Go to the Dogs Tonight

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