Stream PS I LOVE YOU’s ‘Death Dreams’ Album

May 15 Toronto @ The Garrison* (Tickets)
May 19 Hamilton @ The Casbah* (Tickets)
May 21 London @ The Alex P Keaton* (Tickets)
May 23 Chicago @ Schubas Tavern *+ (Tickets)
May 25 New York @ Mercury Lounge * (Tickets)
May 26 Brooklyn @ Glasslands* (Tickets)
May 28 Hamden @ The Outer Space * (Tickets)
May 29 Fredericton @ The Capital Complex*
May 30 Charlottetwon @ Hunters Ale House * (Tickets)
May 31 Halifax @ Michael’s* (Tickets)
June 2 Montreal @ Il Motore* (Tickets)
June 8 Ottawa @ Mavericks* (Tickets)
June 9 Kingston @ The Grad Club* (Tickets)
* Army Girls
+ Cuff The Duke
PS I Love You “Death Dream” Quotes…so far.
Canada’s deepest band – deep in the manner of mines and peaks, canyons. PS I Love You don’t just rip up turf, they tear blazing from the secret places and into daylight. What is the word for the thing these riffs do? When you are rising too fast, thrown upward, shot like a rocket from the seabed or that molten pit. – Said The Gramophone
Polaris season is almost upon us, and one album that will have a spot on my ballot is PS I Love You’s excellent Death Dreams – Chipped Hip
Mark your calendars, music fans: it’s another winner. (I’ve had it for a few months now because I’m special. No bigs.) – Uptown
…the band’s latest—the louder and angrier Death Dreams (Paper Bag)—traces the Canadian landscape through the van window; songs are named “Toronto,” “Saskatoon” and “Princess Tower,” after an apartment block in Kingston. From the aching “Future Dontcare” to the instrumental “Death Dreams II,” Death Dreams examines the coulda-woulda-shouldas of love, with epic guitar solos
Le Masionneuve
If the fuzzy blast of riff-rocker Princess Towers is any indication of what the rest of Death Dreams sounds like, their fans should be filled with adoration. – Winnipeg Free Press
Speaking of album-of-the-year material, Kingston, ON duo PS I Love You are going to melt your face when they release Death Dreams. It’s not dropping for a bit, though, so tie yourselves over with “Princess Towers.” It sounds so good that I actually can’t believe it’s Canadian. – FFWD
 
Dig the chug: heavy, unrelenting and monstrous, with damaged vocals squawking in the blur. The Kingston-based guitar-and-drums duo dines on the bones of Dinosaur Jr.  – The Globe and Mail

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