Next month, Matador will honor the 10th anniversary of Fucked Up’s early ’10s masterwork David Comes to Life with a limited-edition lightbulb-yellow 2xLP reissue. That album – which clocks in at 78-minutes – may be as heavy a dose of genre-busting progressive-psychedelic-hardcore punk brilliance as anybody can comfortably ingest at once. But if we’re somehow underestimating you, there’s more.
On March 25th, Fucked Up will release Do All Words Can Do, a nine-track compilation gathering David-era appropriate rarities and B-sides, all of which were previously available only on 7”. Pre-order HERE and find the complete tracklist below. The band will also tour North America (East and West Coast dates) and the UK early next year performing the album in full.
Fucked Up’s Jonah Falco, Sandy Miranda, and Josh Zucker also appear on the most recent episode of Matador’s Revisionist History podcast. Joined by friend and tour-mate Patrick Stickles of Titus Andronicus – whose own punk rock concept album, The Monitor, also turns 10 this year – the conversation offers insight (and entertaining dirt) on the writing and recording of DCTL.