Typhoon, one of the most talked about new bands, is excited to give fans a sneak peak into their upcoming LP with the release of new song “Common Sentiments.” Full of the band’s signature sound of horns, strings and group vocal crescendos, the dynamic “Common Sentiments” will be accompanied by b-side “Green” – an impressive track with an emphasis on melody and production work.
Listen to “Common Sentiments” on MTV (approved to embed):
The “Common Sentiments” limited edition 7″ – mixed by the legendary Phil Ek (Built To Spill, Band of Horses, Fleet Foxes) – will be available along the band’s upcoming 3-week tour that will beginon November 2nd in Bellingham, WA and culminate in the band’s hometown of Portland, OR.
“We’ve been working on a new record for several months now,” says lead singer / songwriter Kyle Morton. “It’s called White Lighter and ‘Common Sentiments’ is a song-based attempt to reconcile what we hoped for with what we got. The whole thing won’t be out for a few more months, but this song is where it starts.”
Typhoon has been working diligently on White Lighter at the isolated Pendarvis Farm in Portland, Oregon. The upcoming LP – more details to come – was produced and engineered by the band.
In 2011, Typhoon caught the attention of many with their EP “A New Kind Of House” whichEntertainment Weekly, Paste Magazine, Absolute Punkand NPR, among others, simply called”absolutely stunning.” Along with a notable TV debut on The Late Show with David Letterman,Typhoon spent most of 2011 on the road sharing the stage with The Decemberists and performing at festivals such as Lollapalooza and the Newport Folk Festival.
Watch the band perform “The Honest Truth” on Letterman here: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9X9zLCP-mo
Tender Loving Empire made a very special batch of limited edition 7″ records that have been pressed on white vinyl and packaged in hand-silkscreened, letter-pressed jackets.
You can pre-order both versions here: https://www.tenderlovingempire.com/typhoon-announce-7-inch-mtv-premieres-common-sentiments/
Stay tuned for more news!
November 2 The Shakedown Bellingham, WA
November 3 Crocodile Café Seattle, WA
November 4 Rickshaw Theatre Vancouver, BC
November 6 Top Hat Lounge Missoula, MT
November 7 Visual Arts Collective Garden City, ID
November 8 In The Venue Salt Lake City, UT
November 9 Larimer Lounge Denver, CO
November 10 The Carter Payne Colorado Springs, CO
November 11 Low Spirits Albuquerque, NM
November 13 Solar Culture Tucson, AZ
November 14 Sail Inn Tempe, AZ
November 16 The Echo Los Angeles, CA
November 17 Great American Music Hall San Francisco, CA
November 18 G St. Wunderbar Davis, CA
November 23 Crystal Ballroom Portland, OR