Death of Lovers release The Acrobat, play shows with Choir Boy (2017)

Death of Lovers’ highly anticipated debut album, the post-punk outfit’s first release since the stellar EP Buried Under A World Of Roses will see the light of day via DAIS Records this Friday.
Death of Lovers have been anything but dormant in the three years since their initial surfacing. Amidst three members’ grueling tour schedule with slowcore group Nothing, the quartet siphoned away time to prepare for the next leap in their stylistic evolution. Carrying the ‘80s tinged hallmarks peppered throughout their initial EP, The Acrobat is an ambitious experiment with thoughtful synth-driven pop. Interwoven synths, clanging drum beats and currents of guitar kick up the dust to their post-punk forbearers. With The Acrobat’s eight tracks, Death of Lovers explore the fractured depths of sound and fury one song at a time.
Death of Lovers have also announced a handful of shows in support of the album in Los Angeles, Brooklyn, and Philadelphia (dates below).
January 21  Los Angeles, CA @ Echoplex (tickets)
February 3  Brooklyn, NY @ Saint Vitus (tickets)
February 4  Philadelphia, PA @ Philamoca (tickets)