The New Doomtree Album Is All Hands

Even after the final Blowout X note hits the speakers, Doomtree are keeping the party going into the new year with a new record. All Hands is the follow-up to 2011's No Kings and the third "official" crew album.

Out January 27, the 13-track collection was created earlier this year and features production from members Cecil Otter, Lazerbeak, Paper Tiger, and P.O.S. (And, obviously, vocal contributions from Dessa, Mike Mictlan, Sims, Otter, and P.O.S.) Following up the drop of subway vigilante single ".38 Airweight," a new track from the collection called "Gray Duck" smacks the online airwaves today.

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Adding to the nautical title is a ship in a bottle cover:

After conceiving the project in an isolated cabin earlier this year, the group tracked All Hands primarily at the Hideaway in Minneapolis. Pre-order the album and get more information at the group's Bandcamp page. Here's the booming, ratting, hyperactive "Gray Duck":

Following the release of the album, Doomtree will hit the road on a U.S. tour that runs from early February to mid-March. After February 21's show in Madison, there's a little break. Could be time for some more local activities. We'll keep you posted.


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