, The Antlers announce reissue of Hospice album plus new tour dates

Brooklyn based indie-rockers The Antlers have been quiet on the new-music front since their last album Familiars in 2014 but that’s about to change.

To celebrate the tenth anniversary of their 2009 LP Hospice, the band announced that they will be reissuing the album on double white vinyl with deluxe artwork and packaging (made by the album’s original artist, Zan Goodman) as well as performing a ‘limited number’ of live shows including a Dublin date.

This is good news for fans who feared the band had broken up; last year the group were forced to dispelled rumours of a break up after a Tweet they posted asserted as much (it has since been deleted).

In 2017, frontman Peter Silberman released his first solo record Impermanence.

Tour Dates:

April 19th – Leeds, Belgrave Hall
20thth – Manchester, Dancehouse Theatre
April 21th – Glasgow, St. Lukes
April 23th – London, Union Chapel
April 25th – Leuven, Hot Depot
April 26th – Amsterdam, Vondelkerk
April 28th – Copenhagen, Hotel Cecil
April 30th – Dublin, Sugar Club

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