Post Rock/Ambient and Progressive/Indie 4-piece, Letters To Part, are ecstatic to announce their recent signing to Wilhelm Records and their forthcoming debut full-length entitled, A Human Curse out July 7th. Recorded at Iceman Studios, Daniel Colombo recorded, mixed and mastered the 8-track album which details struggles, whether it be from drug abuse, self mutilation, gambling, and the likes, and verdicts a story about how everyday we are living in an anxiety induced world. Lead singer Y’shua Ortiz-Escobedo expands on A Human Curse, by stating it “is a story about understanding true heartache, and trying to cope. Through vices that we all use. Trying to relieve some sort of symptom.”

Off the forthcoming release, comes single, “Six Months,” a song about abusing the one you love, Escobedo-Ortiz expands, “while being torn between your past. Leaving them alone in a pregnancy that leads to a miscarriage. Adding to a human curse.” To celebrate the forthcoming record and recent release of “Six Months,” Letters To Part are hitting the road this July where they till kick off a short Florida run before making their way through the midwest before their hometown show on July 28th in Orlando.

Tour Dates
July 13th – Tampa – Transitions Gallery
July 14th – Margate – Inkwell Pub
July 15th – Tallahassee – TBA
July 16th – Atlanta – Smith’s Olde Bar
July 17th – Memphis – TBA
July 18th – Nashville – Springwater
July 19th – Cincinnati – Rake’s End
July 20th – Pittsburgh – The Smiling Moose
July 21st – Philadelphia – Pharmacy
July 22nd – Brooklyn – TBA
July 23rd – Richmond – The Josie House
July 24th – Charlotte – The Station
July 25th – Savannah – TBA
July 27th – Charleston – House Show
July 28th – Orlando – TBA

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