Mission of Burma play a free show at Brooklyn’s Prospect Park this Friday with WILD FLAG and Ted Leo (solo). We’re giving away 3 of these limited edition posters at the show. Simply RSVP to the Facebook event to be entered. Winners will be notified via Facebook message by 3pm EST on Friday.
Mission of Burma and Wild Flag will be releasing a split 7″, and it will be available at their FREE co-headline show at Brooklyn’s Prospect Park on Friday, August 3rd. The record will feature “What They Tell Me” from Mission of Burma’s Unsound, and “Boom,” from Wild Flag’s Wild Flag.
Read HERE for details.
Click HERE for all of Mission of Burma’s tour info.
Mission of Burma have just confirmed they will be playing the Shellac-curated ATP 2012: The Nightmare Before Christmas, taking place from November 30-December 2 2012 in Pontins, Camber Sands, UK.
Tickets for the festival are on sale now, and can be purchased HERE.
Mission of Burma will join other bands including Wire, The Ex + Brass Unbound, Shannon Wright, Archwelder, Scrawl, Red Fang, Alix, Bear Claw, The Membranes, Helen Money, Dead Rider + more to be announced.
Mission of Burma’s new album, Unsound, is out today.
If physical is more your style, order a CD or 180 gram vinyl LP (UV varnish + flourescent orange) from Fire Records, or pick it up from your local record store.
Early praise for Unsound:
“Mission of Burma continues to make some glorious noise on ‘Unsound.’” – Paste
“MOB sound as electrifying, as curious, and as awake as they ever have.” – Mojo
“‘Unsound’ is, perhaps, their finest effort since their first full-length, ’Vs.’” – Examiner
Unsound, Mission of Burma’s forthcoming new album, is out next week, but you can listen to it now on Spotify, where it is currently streaming in full. Listen to Unsound HERE, and get the album, about which Paste Magazine observed, “Mission of Burma continues to make some truly glorious noise on Unsound“, when it comes out next Tuesday, 7/10 (7/9 UK)
In his review of Mission of Burma’s forthcoming new album, Unsound, MOJO Magazine’s Stevie Chick gives the album 4 stars, saying, “MOB sound as electrifying, as curious, and as awake as they ever have.” Read the full review, HERE.