Daughters preview forthcoming album “You Won’t Get What You Want” (Out 26 Oct on Ipecac Recordings) with new song “Long Road, No Turns”

 
 
Daughters, who recently confirmed the release of their first album in eight years, You Won’t Get What You Want (Oct. 26, Ipecac Recordings), have streamed a third track from the upcoming offering: “Long Road, No Turns” (previously released songs from You Won’t Get What You Want include “The Reason They Hate Me” and “Satan in the Wait”.  
 
The trio of songs being offered as instant downloads with digital pre-orders. CD/LP pre-orders available in the Ipecac webstore, plus the US store has exclusive bundles
 
(Photo credit is Reid Haithcock)
Daughters’ Autumn US tour, which already boasts several sold out dates, kicks off on Halloween in Richmond. Openers include The Hirs Collective, Jaye Jayle, Street Sects and others (see below for detailed information). The band has also confirmed a 14 April 2019 performance at Roadburn.
 
Daughters tour dates:
October 31 Richmond, VA Strange Matter ##
November 1 Baltimore, MD Metro Gallery ##
November 2 Philadelphia, PA First Unitarian Church ##
November 3 Brooklyn, NY Brooklyn Bazaar SOLD OUT ##
November 4 Brooklyn, NY Saint Vitus SOLD OUT ##
November 8 Los Angeles, CA The Echo SOLD OUT ^^
November 9 Los Angeles, CA The Echo ^^
November 10 San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill SOLD OUT ^^
November 11 San Francisco, CA Bottom of the Hill ^^
November 13 Seattle, WA Highline ^
November 15 Denver, CO Larimer Lounge ^^^
November 17 Chicago, IL Beat Kitchen SOLD OUT ###
November 18 Chicago, IL Beat Kitchen SOLD OUT ###
+ 14 April 2019,  Tilburg, Netherlands Roadburn
# – w/The Hirs Collective
## – w/The Hirs Collective & Street Sects
### – w/The Hirs Collective & Jaye Jayle
^ – w/Dreamdecay
^^ – w/Dreamdecay & Lingua Ignota
^^^ – w/Echo Beds
 
 
Daughters is vocalist Alexis Marshall, guitar player Nick Sadler, drummer Jon Syverson and bass player Sam Walker. Following the release of their 2010 self-titled album, the band took an indefinite hiatus, returning in 2013 for a pair of sold out hometown shows in Providence, and a subsequent smattering of live dates in the intervening years, including joining Dillinger Escape Plan for their final live outings in December of 2017. Daughters have been hailed for their visceral performances, both live and on record, with Pitchfork describing them as “manic” and “pummeling” and Punk News pointing to their “frantic energy” and “spastic urgency.”.  Upon hearing “Satan,” Revolver said the band had been “…refurbishing their hardcore tool shed with playful, interwoven melodies, full-bodied production and powerful vocals, courtesy of frontman Alexis Marshall,” while Tiny Mix Tapes said the Providence-based outfit’s new music was “better than ever!” – we couldn’t agree more!
 

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