After months in the studio and 25 days into the tour, we are excited to announce that our first, full-legnth DRINK THE SEA album, including CD, vinyl, and deluxe packages, is now available through The Glitch Mob store.
Ooah, edIT, and I would like to thank all of you for the support so far. We are blessed to have such amazing supporters and hope that you enjoy.
The album is also available via iTunes and all major online retailers. Stay tuned for a full list of links as well as locations to buy the CD and vinyl at a record store near you.
We're working on making a lot of our music available through this new site of ours, including fun packages, remixes, and mixtapes. We would love to get your feedback. After your grab the album, hop over to the discussion board and let us know what you think.
You guys in the Northeest are amazing. We can't thank you enough for coming out and showing so much love on the first leg of this 30+ date tour. We've been collecting a lot of photos from the crowd and from photographers. Check Facebook, Flickr, or YouTube out for the latest footage from the odyssey.
Next up, we will be headed South for stops in AL, LA, and TX before ramping up for the album launch. Drink tIhe Sea launches on May 25th, but stay tuned for presales including limited edition bundles and collectors packs.
We have been performing the entire album live at the shows and can't wait to get the music out to the world. We found out that the album has been shared online and a few got their hands on an early copy. It's a great time to give the rest of you guys a taste of what's to come:
Our site is in beta with music, photo, comments, and forum sections coming soon. In the meantime, we really want hear from you guys. Until we launch the latest site sections, check out the discussion forum on Facebook and let us know what you think. Would love to get your thoughts so far, as well as any features you would like to see in the future.
Among the The Glitch Mob's material from the live performances on their
Drink the Sea Tour is the band's remix of French electro producer Krazy
Baldhead's "The 4th Movement." At nearly 9 minutes long, this
reconfiguration takes the listener on a winding ride of pounding
basslines, unexpected sounds, and thick drum sequences.