Cymbals Eat Guitars share "Aerobed" from split with Kevin Devine

Cymbals Eat Guitars have released “Aerobed,” their song off of Devinyl Splits No. 4 with Kevin Devine. “Aerobed,” Cymbals Eat Guitars’ first new song since 2014’s Lose, is streaming now via Spin Magazine. Devinyl Splits No. 4 comes to Bad Timing Records November 13th. Pre-orders are available now via Bad Timing Records.
Stream “Aerobed” now via Spin Magazine.

Over the course of 2015, Kevin Devine has been unveiling his Devinyl Splits Series, a six-7-inch series featuring Devine teaming up with a different partner every release. So far, the series has included Devine and Matthew Caws of Nada Surf covering each others songs, Devine and Meredith Graves of Perfect Pussy each recording an intimate original song (the first solo song ever released from Graves) and Devine and Tigers Jaw each taking on a song by The Cure. Most recently, he has announced the next two partners, Cymbals Eat Guitars and Owen, as well as a string of shows with his partners from the series this December.  Kevin Devine has also recently announced reissues of his album Matter Of Time. This live record, originally released as a tour EP in 2012, has been remastered by Jesse Cannon and released with new artwork by the Goddamn Band’s own Chris Bracco. This, along with the 2nd pressing of Devine’s fan favorite album Brother’s Blood, are available now via Bad Timing Records.