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Stream The House at Sea from Amor de Días now at KEXP.org & see the band on tour in March

Stream The House at Sea from Amor de Días now at KEXP.org & see the band on tour in March

Amor de Días will release their sophomore album The House at Sea on January 29.

Listen to the full album now at KEXP.org.

KEXP describes The House at Sea:

It’s hard to feel sad about British band The Clientele’s uncertain future and potentially permanent hiatus while Amor de Días glows brightly. With songwriting partner Lupe Núñez-Fernández (also of the duo Pipas), Clientele frontman Alasdair MacLean continues to carry the torch of happy-sad songs of brightly performed melodies and melancholic lyrics. Finished in a fraction of the time it took to record their debut, The House at Sea, due January 29 on Merge, features a much more confident blend of woozy Spanish guitar, jazzy bossa nova rhythms and the pair’s seductively breathless vocals. At moments, the new album is occasionally darker than its predecessor, but it will likely appeal to the same fans of Serge Gainsbourg and Brigitte Bardot, Belle & Sebastian and Nick Drake. Those longing for The Clientele should take note: producer Brian O’Shaughnessy (Primal Scream), who worked with them on 2005′s Strange Geometry, is back on the board here, and (former?) bandmates James Hornsey and Howard Monk provide an occasional rhythm section. Don’t take our word for it, though; give a listen to this exclusive preview of Amor de Días’ The House at Sea.


Listen to The House at Sea now at KEXP.org

Amor de Días has also announced US tour dates!
Mar 20 Boston, MA Great Scott
Mar 21 Hoboken, NJ Maxwell's
Mar 22 Brooklyn, NY Knitting Factory
Mar 23 Philadephia, PA The Chapel @ First Unitarian Church
Mar 25 Vancouver, BC Media Club
Mar 26 Seattle, WA Sunset Tavern
Mar 27 Portland, OR Bunk Bar
Mar 29 San Francisco, CA The Chapel
Mar 30 Los Angeles, CA The Satellite
Apr 01 San Diego, CA Soda Bar

Pre-order The House at Sea now in the Merge store. LP preorders will include a free Merge Records slipmat and a poster.