MUSIC NEWS: Long Distance Calling Announce Album Details & Release Video For ‘Hazard’
German instrumental rock quartet Long Distance Calling have announced their seventh studio album How Do We Want To Live?, due for release on 26th June via Inside Out Music.
“We are all going through crazy times right now and we were thinking about postponing this news for a couple of months. But we have the feeling that our new album, How Do We Want To Live?, is a great companion for the current situation and our lives,” the band comment. “We started recordings back in February and finished it during the lockdown. This alone makes it a special chapter for us, but we also expanded our musical cosmos without neglecting our well known trademarks.
“The album deals with the coexistence of man and machine, shining light on some currently (frightening) relevant aspects. We are incredibly proud of what we have achieved and we say thank you to everyone involved on this journey. Many of you have already asked how you can support us. We have a pretty simple answer: get the new album! We put a lot of love and effort into this baby and can´t wait to finally share it with you. Stay healthy! Peace LDC”
Long Distance Calling have also release a video for their new single Hazard.
How Do We Want To Live? is available to pre-order in various formats HERE.
Long Distance Calling recently released their first ever live album, STUMMFILM – Live from Hamburg (A Seats & Sounds Show), filmed during a special run of shows in early 2019. The band performed seated shows in some very special locations, resulting in a stunning audio-visual experience.
The four-piece will return to the ‘Seats & Sounds’ format on their upcoming German tour, see them at one of the following dates:
Tue 8th – HAMBURG – Kleine Elbphilharmonie
Wed 9th – HANNOVER – Pavillon
Thu 10th – BOCHUM – Christuskirche
Fri 11th – DRESDEN – Alter Schlachthof
Sat 12th – LEIPZIG – Parkbühne
Sun 13th – BERLIN – Passionskirche
Tue 15th – KÖLN – E-Werk
Wed 16th – FRANKFURT – Jahrhunderthalle Club
Thu 17th – MANNHEIM – Capitol
Fri 18th – MÜNCHEN – St. Matthäus
Sat 19th – STUTTGART – Mozartsaal