Hear new Thee Oh Sees track, “Fortress”

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Thee Oh Sees have revealed their first new music since their Mutilator Defeated At Last album earlier this year.

The song, “Fortress“, will appear on a new 7” via John Dwyer’s label Castle Face, due for release in February, according to Pitchfork.

The track was recorded during the sessions for Mutilator Defeated At Last.


The band will release a new album in spring, 2016.

Meanwhile, Thee Oh Sees have also announced dates at the Teragram Ballroom in Los Angeles on December 16 and 17, with Fuzz and Wand.

Proceeds will benefit L.A. Kitchen, which helps the homeless community. “We used to do these kinds of events in San Francisco every year, homelessness is really pretty extreme there,” said Dwyer. “But here in Los Angeles, it seems more dire still. This is the first city where I’ve seen homeless children on the street. It’s pretty rough out there and every day the divide seems to grow between money and people without. So, any way we can help out seems like a good thing and everybody involved in the event just sort pulled it all together.”

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