Angel Du$t Announce New Album, Share New Single ‘Space Jam’

    Angel Du$t have announced their next LP: BRAND NEW SOUL drops September 8 via Pop Wig Records. Today’s announcement comes alongside the release of the new single ‘Space Jam’, which follows early cuts ‘Very Aggressive’ and ‘Love Slam’. Check it out below and scroll down for the album cover, tracklist, and Angel Du$t’s upcoming tour dates.

    The band’s Justice Tripp helmed the production on BRAND NEW SOUL, which was recorded with Paul Mercer and mixed by Rob Schnapf. It features the lineup of Daniel Star and Steve Marino on guitar, Zechariah Ghostribe on bass, and Thomas Cantwell on drums, as well as contributions from longtime collaborators Daniel Fang and Pat McCrory and vocal appearances from Mary Jane Dunphe and Citizen’s Mat Kerekes.

    “The band has always centered around me, but I’ve never written the music just for me,” Tripp explained in a press release. “It always felt like it was meant to be played by a band, I love the team effort. Angel Du$t isn’t about me – it’s about the spirit of rock music and the energy that that gives off. It’s like we’re committed to a cause.”

    ““I wanted to just be able to try anything with no fear,” he added. “I can’t operate with fear. This record is about zero compromise, it’s about giving yourself over completely to what you’re doing. It’s not about ego, it’s about submitting yourself to this feeling – it’s rock and roll music, period. That’s it.”

    Brand New Soul Cover Artwork:

    Brand New Soul Tracklist:

    1. Brand New Soul
    2. Love Slam
    3. Don’t Stop
    4. Racecar
    5. Space Jam
    6. Born 2 Run
    7. Muck Motors
    8. Very Aggressive
    9. Sippin Lysol
    10. I’m Not Ready
    11. Fuel For The Fire
    12. Waste of Space
    13. In The Tape Deck

    Angel Du$t 2023 Tour Dates:

    Sep 6 Cardiff, UK – Clwb Ifor Bach *
    Sep 7 Bristol, UK – Strange Brew *
    Sep 8 Torquay, UK – Burn It Down Fest *
    Sep 9 Brighton, UK – Patterns *
    Sep 10 Bedford, UK – Esquires *
    Sep 12 Huddersfield, UK – The Parish + *
    Sep 13 Manchester, UK – Canvas + *
    Sep 14 Glasgow, UK – Slay + *
    Sep 15 Blackpool, UK – Bootleg Social + *
    Sep 16 Newcastle, UK – World Headquarters + *
    Sep 17 Liverpool, UK – District + *
    Sep 19 Sheffield, UK – Leadmill + *
    Sep 20 London, UK – New Cross Inn *
    Sep 21 Tunbridge Wells, UK – The Forum *
    Sep 22 Norwich, UK – Waterfront *
    Sep 23 Birmingham, UK – Asylum *
    Nov 3 Baltimore, MD – Baltimore Soundstage ^ ~ =
    Nov 4 Cambridge, MA – Middle East Downstairs ^ ~ =
    Nov 5 Montréal, QC – Le Foufounes Électriques ^ ~ $
    Nov 7 Toronto, ON – Lee’s Palace ^ ~ $
    Nov 8 Detroit, MI – Edgemen Printing ^ ~ $
    Nov 9 Chicago, IL – Metro ^ # $
    Nov 10 Minneapolis, MN – Underground Music Venue ^ # $
    Nov 11 Omaha, NE – The Waiting Room ^ # $
    Nov 13 Denver, CO – Marquis Theatre ^ # !
    Nov 14 Salt Lake City, UT – Beehive ^ !
    Nov 15 Boise, ID – Shrine Ballroom ^ !
    Nov 16 Seattle, WA – Neumos ^ ! %
    Nov 17 Portland, OR – Hawthorne Theatre ^ ! %
    Nov 19 Reno, NV – Holland Project ^ !
    Nov 20 Berkeley, CA – Cornerstone ^ & !
    Nov 21 Los Angeles, CA – The Echoplex ^ !
    Nov 22 Anaheim, CA – Chain Reaction ^ !
    Nov 24 Phoenix, AZ – Crescent Ballroom ^ &
    Nov 25 Albuquerque, NM – Launchpad ^ &
    Nov 27 San Antonio, TX – Paper Tiger ^ & <
    Nov 28 Austin, TX – The Mohawk ^ & <
    Nov 29 Houston, TX – Warehouse Live Studio ^ & <
    Nov 30 Fort Worth, TX – Tulips ^ & >
    Dec 1 Oklahoma City, OK – Resonant Head ^ & >
    Dec 2 Lawrence, KS – The Bottleneck ^ ~ >
    Dec 3 St. Louis, MO – Off Broadway ^ ~ >
    Dec 5 Columbus, OH – Skully’s ^ ~ >
    Dec 6 Cleveland, OH – Beachland Ballroom ^ ~ >
    Dec 7 Morgantown, WV – 123 Pleasant Street ^ ~ >
    Dec 8 Richmond, VA – The Warehouse ^ ~
    Dec 9 Philadelphia, PA – Underground Arts ^ – =
    Dec 10 Brooklyn, NY – Elsewhere Hall ^ – =

    * with Powerplant
    + with TS Warpaint
    ^ with Candy
    = with Loosey
    ~ with Dazy
    $ with 9 Million
    # with Bib
    ! with Mary Jane Dunphe
    % with TV Star
    & with Restraining Order
    < with On Being An Angel
    > with Steve Marino
    – w/ith Missing Link

    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis
    Konstantinos Pappis is a writer, journalist, and music editor at Our Culture. His work has also appeared in Pitchfork, GIGsoup, and other publications. He currently lives in Athens, Greece.

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