Canada’s Preoccupations return to the post-punk, post-pandemic world with “Arrangements”

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The band return with “Arrangements”, their 4th studio album. The new album finds them restoring their roots with the singular, guitar driven, dissonant yet anthemic washes of intricate noise that has brought them international acclaim since their basement beginnings. The release date of the new album is September 9th.

Arrangements was recorded in two parts: first in a series of studio sessions in Montreal during Fall 2019 where most of the album’s bedrock instrumentation was recorded, and then in individual home studio setups over a period of 16 months amid COVID-19 lockdowns, where each band member completed their parts and tinkered with new ideas separately.

The lyrics are pretty conspicuous and self-explanatory on this one, but it’s basically about the world blowing up and no one giving a shit.

Matthew Flegel


01 Fix Bayonets!
02 Ricochet
03 Death of Melody
04 Slowly
05 Advisor
06 Recalibrate
07 Tearing Up the Grass

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