DISPATCH "Letter to Lady J."

19.09.2018 13:11:07 | beate
One of the biggest independent rock bands in history!


Single: "Letter To Lady J." 21.09.2018
Album: "Location 13" tba.



TO RELEASE SPECIAL COLLECTION OF SONGS, LOCATION 13

 

HEAR THE NEW SINGLE “LETTER TO LADY J”

Band Releasing a New Song Every Other Week Culminating in Location 13, A Special Collection of Music Available Worldwide this Fall via the Band’s Own

Bomber Records/AWAL


New York, NY – August 17, 2018 – Dispatch, heralded as one of the biggest independent rock bands in history, has released their latest single “Letter to Lady J” – PRESS HERE to listen. Written as a letter to Lady Justice, the song works as a dichotomy – painting a picture of a grim and broken justice system, coupled with an uplifting and poignant melody that you won’t be able to get out of your head.

The song’s rallying cry of “how long’s it been since you opened your eyes” seems to zero in on the current administration, and the lyrics are just vague enough that they could apply to any sort of injustice. The song was originally penned in name of Alton Sterling, Philando Castile, Tamir Rice, Trayvon Martin, Michael Brown, Freddie Gray, Eric Garner, Walter Scott and all of the other innocent people killed by overtly violent and negligent law enforcement.

“It makes us wonder, how far have we really come since the days of Dr. King’s marches - when there is still racial profiling of this magnitude that results in the death of an innocent man or woman,” Chad explains of the call to action song.  “We have to stand up, nonviolently come together and take pride in our differences, revel in our connection with each other to fight for civil rights, for love, and for justice for all.”

“Letter to Lady J” is the newest release in a series of songs culminating in Location 13 – a special collection of music available this fall. The collection is a continuation of last year’s highly anticipated America, Location 12, the band’s first album in five years. Location 13 finds them pushing boundaries and breaking new ground, welcoming old fans and new audiences alike. Physical pre-orders begin today and will include a limited-edition vinyl version – Fans can follow Dispatch on Spotify to listen to seven songs from the collection and watch as Location 13 continues to unfold through September.


Location 13 saw Dispatch return to the same studios and production team of America, Location 12 - the historic Stinson Beach, CA studios Panoramic, with the producer and engineering team of John Dragonetti and Mike Sawitzke. With twelve new songs, the band over the course of a 10-day period put down the foundation of Location 13.  The final touches were later finished at the home studio of producer John Dragonetti.   

The deluxe vinyl will be limited to 1000 copies and will include a special 7” with two special bonus tracks.

Location 13 Deluxe Vinyl LP

• Limited Edition Deluxe Vinyl LP (Limited to 1000)

• Red colorway

• Exclusive embossed cover

• Includes a bone white 7" containing bonus songs

• 24"x 24" Poster

Vinyl Track Listing:

SIDE A:

“Cross The World”

“Daft Alchemist”

“London Daughters”

“So Good”

“Black Land Prairie”

SIDE B:

“Came For The Fire”

“Letter to Lady J”

“Don Juan Tango”

“Follow I The River”

“Prisoner’s Visitor”

“Dear Congress”

 

Bonus 7” Track Listing:

 

SIDE A:

“One Word Of A Lie”

Side B:

“Born N Razed”

Dispatch will continue their summer tour over the next two months including two nights in Boston at Blue Hills Bank Pavilion to close out the tour. Special guests include Nahko and Medicine For The People, Raye Zaragoza and Scatter Their Own on select dates. Tickets are available now and the full tour routing can be found below. The seasoned trio is in the middle of one of their most prolific periods to date. The band is riding a creative wave with a slew of studio recordings amidst a rigorous tour schedule that only seems to fuel their fire even further.

Stay tuned for more exciting announcements and releases in the coming weeks!

REMAINING SUMMER TOUR DATES

August 17th – Brooklyn Bowl – Las Vegas, NV %

August 18th – Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre – San Diego, CA %

August 19th – Fremont Theater – San Luis Obispo, CA %

August 21st – Fox Theater – Oakland, CA %

August 23rd – Britt Pavilion – Jacksonville, OR %

August 24th – Oregon Zoo Amphitheater – Portland, OR %

August 25th – Marymoor Park Amphitheatre – Redmond, WA %

September 13th – CrossroadsKC – Kansas City, MO %

September 14th – The Armory – Minneapolis, MN %

September 15th – Huntington Bank Pavilion – Chicago, IL %

September 16th – PNC Pavilion – Cincinnati, OH %

September 19th – Mann Center for the Performing Arts – Philadelphia, PA %

September 20th – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion – Boston, MA %

September 21st – Blue Hills Bank Pavilion – Boston, MA % - **SOLD OUT**

*No Nahko and Medicine For The People*

^ w/ Raye Zaragoza

% w/ Scatter Their Own

# w/ Rebelution + Stephen Marley
 

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