Grandaddy announce new album, Last Place

It's their first album since 2006

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Grandaddy have announced details of their new studio album, Last Place.

It’s their first album since 2006’s Just Like the Fambly Cat.

Last Place will be released on March 3 on Danger Mouse’s Century Records. Produced by the band’s Jason Lytle, it also features Jim Fairchild (guitar), Kevin Garcia (bass), Tim Dryden (keys) and Aaron Burtch (drums).


The tracklisting for Last Place is:

Way We Won’t
Brush with the Wild
Oh She Deleter 🙁
The Boat is in the Barn
Chek Injin
I Don’t Wanna Live Here Anymore
That’s What You Get for Gettin’ Outta Bed
This is the Part
Jed the 4th
A Lost Machine
Songbird Son

The band will be making a return to the road in 2017. Tickets for the following shows are on sale Friday, November 4 at 9AM.

March 26 – Newcastle, UK @ Hoults Yard
March 27- Leeds, UK @ Irish Centre
March 28 – Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall
March 29 – Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
March 31 – Bristol, UK @ Colston Hall
April 1 – Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2
April 4 – London, UK @ Roundhouse
April 4 – Brussels, Belgium @ AB Hall

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