Let Music Band take your mind off things with their new single, “Tell Me,” out on their forthcoming record, Celebration, releasing April 3 via Dine Alone Records.

Nashville trio Music Band have spent the past decade dialing in their irreverent blend of psych, classic rock, krautrock to create hard-hitting anthems that have helped cement their status as one of Music City’s premier rock ‘n’ roll bands.

Their previous albums, 2014’s Can I Live and 2016’s Wake Up Laughing, garnered critical acclaim and opened the door for extensive tours across the U.S. and Canada alongside JEFF The Brotherhood, Diarrhea Planet,  more. Now, after some hard earned time off, Music Band are back with a brand new LP, Celebration, a ten-track collection of white-hot, fuzz-laden rock ‘n’ roll that finds the group building off of the foundation they’ve built over the last ten years and rocketing to new heights.

Celebration was written in 2017 as a cohesive collection, self-produced, and recorded by the band’s own Duncan Shea at his home in Nashville. The record was mixed by Grammy Award-winning engineer Collin Dupuis (Angel Olsen, JEFF The Brotherhood, Ex Hex) and was mastered by John Baldwin (The Rolling Stones, Deer Tick, Jessica Lea Mayfield) at his studio in Nashville.

“This album is a very clear snapshot of one year in my life,” says vocalist/guitarist Harry Kagan. “Thematically, we tend to write songs about relationships, relatable stuff, but this record is specific to my thoughts on those topics when I was turning 27. It’s interesting to see this album as encapsulating that time.”

Preorder the album here. 

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