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  DINOSAUR JR STREAMING NEW TRACK FROM FORTHCOMING NEW ALBUM
3rd July 2012

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On September 17th 2012 Dinosaur Jr will be releasing a new album entitled 'I Bet On Sky' through [PIAS] and you can listen to a track called 'Watch The Corners' below.

There is nothing quite like a Dinosaur Jr album. The best ones are always recognizable from the first notes. And even though J tries to trip us up by smearing 'Don't Pretend You Didn't Know' with keyboards, it's clear from the moment he starts his vocals that this is the one and only Dinosaur Jr.

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'I Bet On Sky' is the third Dinosaur Jr album since the original trio – J Mascis, Lou Barlow and Murph – reformed in 2005. It marks the band's 10th studio album since their debut on Homestead Records in 1985.

The trio has taken everything they've learned from the various projects they tackled over the years and poured it directly into their current mix. J's guitar approaches some of its most unhinged playing here - this is head-bobbing riff-romance at the apex.

Lou's basswork has more melody now as well, although his two songs on 'I Bet On Sky' retain the jagged rhythmic edge that has so often marked his work. And Murph... well, he still pounds the drums as hard and as strong as a pro wrestler, with deceptively simple structures that manage to interweave themselves perfectly with his bandmates' melodic explosions.

The tracklisting is:

1. Don't Pretend You Didn't Know
2. Watch The Corners
3. Almost Fare
4. Stick A Toe In
5. Rude
6. I Know It Oh So Well
7. Pierce The Morning Rain
8. What Was That
9. Recognition
10. See It On Your Side

'I Bet On Sky' is their first since the 2009 album 'Farm' and is a true and worthy addition to the Dinosaur Jr discography, brilliantly imprinted with the trio's magical equation.

For a combo that began as anomalous fusion of hardcore punk and pop influences, Dinosaur Jr have proven themselves to be unlikely masters of the long game.








 

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