Guster prep new album

Posted by Greg , Friday, July 30, 2010 8:51 AM

Guster are set to release their six full-length album, Easy Wonderful, on October 5 on Aware/Universal Republic Records.  "Bad Bad World" is available for free download here.  Check the news section for tour dates and more information.

From the band's official announcement:


I've been waiting two years to announce that. At some points this recording process was neither Easy nor Wonderful for the Gusters, but we persevered and came out on top. Our new album is twelve songs deep, simultaneously adventurous pop and classic Guster. The "results are in the pudding" -- as it is said -- we couldn't be more proud of where we ended up. Here's your track list:

1. Architects & Engineers
2. Do You Love Me
3. On the Ocean
4. This Could All Be Yours
5. Stay with Me Jesus
6. Bad Bad World
7. This Is How It Feels to Have a Broken Heart
8. What You Call Love
9. That's No Way to Get to Heaven
10. Jesus and Mary
11. Hercules
12. Do What You Want

We've only played a few of them live, so go ahead and analyze the titles all you want, it won't help. Yes, some long and awkward names in there. Yes, two more songs with the word "Jesus" in them from a band of chosen ones.
It's hard to believe that Ganging Up on the Sun came out four years ago, but for Guster fans, the wait is almost over.

2 Response to "Guster prep new album"

mikaroni Says:

I am more excited about this than I can find words for!!! Are they going to tour? Can we go?

Greg Says:

August 12 Boulder, CO Fox Theatre
August 27 Chicago, IL Lincoln Park Zoo
September 12 Canton, MA Life is Good Festival at Blue Hills
October 1 Nashville, TN War Memorial Auditorium
October 2 Charlotte, NC The Fillmore Charlotte
October 8 Columbus, OH Newport Music Hall
October 9 Saint Louis, MO The Pageant
October 10 Indianapolis, IN Egyptian Room at Murat Center
October 12 Omaha, NE Slowdown
October 13 Kansas City, MO Beaumont Club
October 15 Madison, WI Overture Center for the Arts-Capitol Theatre
October 16 Royal Oak, MI Royal Oak Music Theatre
October 22 Philadelphia, PA Electric Factory
October 23 Washington, DC Constitution Hall
October 25 Ithaca, NY State theatre
October 27 Portland, ME State Theatre
October 28 Burlington, VT Flynn Center
October 29 New York, NY Beacon Theatre
October 30 Providence, RI Lupo's Heartbreak Hotel

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