[live] A Place to Bury Strangers announce EU / UK tour dates

In May and June NYC band A Place to Bury Strangers will go to Europe/UK for the second leg of their Nothing Left to Destroy Tour. It will start in Le Havre on May 19 and finish in Liege on June 10. There will be two dates in Italy, as per the below:

June 2 – VinileBassano del Grappa
June 3 – Freakout ClubBologna

The band also announced a special release for Record Store Day titled See Through You: Rerealized, a collection of remixes on their last LP.

A massive 21-track 2xLP set on red and blue vinyl would include reworks from such artists as Trentemøller, Andy Bell of Ride (as Glok), Xiu Xiu, Annie Hart of Au Revoir Simone, Sonic Boom, TV Priest, Tampa’s goth band Glove, UK emerging outfit bdrmm and many more.

It would be out on April 22 physically and on June 2 digitally. Pre-order the collection here and find more information about the group’s tour on their website.

Listen to the original See Through You album below.

[video] A Place To Bury Strangers – Don’t Save Your Love

B-Sides are always an awesome treat, especially from cult bands. This is exactly the case here. A Place To Bury Strangers have shared a new visualizer for their previously unheard track “Don’t Save Your Love”, which features tour footage of the countryside around the world in 2009.

It is taken from the expanded and remastered reissue of their 2009 album Exploding Head, out on Mute / BMG on October 21. The release will feature many rarities, including other B-sides, a couple more unreleased songs and also covers of the hits by 13th Floor Elevators, David Bowie & Love and Rockets.

Watch the video below and pre-order the album LP here.

[video] A Place To Bury Strangers – Love Reaches Out

Last week A Place To Bury Strangers released their excellent sixth LP See Through You, and now they are sharing a new video for the album’s standout, a beautiful closer “Love Reaches Out”.

The music video is directed by horror auteur Gabriel Carrer and it greatly compliments the hopeful, melodic post-punk number that sounds in the same vein as such cult classics as those early New Order songs.

Watch it below and buy the record here.