Protomartyr release their fourth album, Relatives In Descent, their debut for new label home Domino on Friday. Prior to its release, the band share the third single off record, ‘Don’t Go To Anacita’ which takes Far Out’s Track of the Day slot.
The track, which is strangely straight-forward for Protomartyr, has an unexpected by pleasant anthemic feel. ‘Don’t Go To Anacita’, we’re told, takes place in a fictional town of singer Joe Casey’s invention – a sort of everytown created to catch Casey’s ire.
On top of the new release, the quartet have also announced that they will play London’s Rough Trade East as part of their November European and UK headline tour.
UK Tour Dates
Nov. 12 – Brighton, The Haunt w/ Sauna Youth
Nov. 13 – London, Rough Trade East
Nov. 14 – London, Dome Tufnell Park w/ Sauna Youth
Nov. 15 – Manchester, Deaf Institute w/ Sauna Youth
Nov. 16 – Newcastle, The Cluny w/ Sauna Youth
Nov. 17 – Glasgow, CCA w/ Sauna Youth
Nov. 18 – Dublin, Whelan’s w/ Sauna Youth
Nov. 19 – Leeds, Brudenell Social Club w/ Sauna Youth