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Real Estate @ Williamsburg Waterfront (more by Dana (Distortion) Yavin)
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Real Estate's new album Days comes out on Domino Records on October 18. Listen to a song and check out the full tracklist and cover art below.

Real Estate will head out on a tour two days after the album's release starting in Europe. The North American leg begins on Halloween in Chicago and ends at Bowery Ballroom in NYC on November 23rd, BUT FIRST the band will make a Fashion's Night Out appearance in NYC TONIGHT (9/8) at Ash SoHo (44 Mercer St). The invite says "Join Ash Soho and The Dirty Durty Diary on Fashion's Night Out (Thursday, Sept. 8) for a wild night with a very special musical performance and DJ set by REAL ESTATE! Nail art, fortune tellers, food and more! Don't miss this one!"

Memoryhouse, Neon Indian, Andrew WK, Beth Ditto, White Rabbits, Best Coast, and NOT James Murphy also play FNO events in NYC tonight.

All Real Estate tour dates, many with Big Troubles, are listed below...

Real Estate - It's Real by DominoRecordCo

Real Estate

Real Estate
Days
(Domino)
Street Date: Oct. 18, 2011

Tracklisting:
Easy
Green Aisles
It's Real
Kinder Blumen
Out Of Tune
Municipality
Wonder Years
Three Blocks
Younger Than Yesterday
All The Same
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Real Estate -- 2011 Tour Dates
Thu-Sep-08 New York, NY Ash SoHo (Fashions Night Out)
Thu-Oct-20 Berlin, Germany Magnet Club
Sat-Oct-22 Gent, Belgium Charlatan Club
Sun-Oct-23 Brighton, UK Hanbury Ballroom
Mon-Oct-24 Manchester, UK Now Wave @ Islington Mill
Tue-Oct-25 London, UK The Garage #
Wed-Oct-26 Bristol, UK Start The Bus
Thu-Oct-27 Amsterdam, The Netherlands Bitterzoet
Fri-Oct-28 Paris, France Pitchfork Festival
Mon-Oct-31 Chicago, IL Lincoln Hall *
Tue-Nov-01 Minneapolis, MN TBD *
Thu-Nov-03 Denver, CO Moe's *
Fri-Nov-04 Salt Lake City, UT Urban Lounge *
Sat-Nov-05 Boise, ID Neurolux *
Sun-Nov-06 Portland, OR Doug Fir *
Mon-Nov-07 Seattle, WA The Crocodile *
Tue-Nov-08 Vancouver, BC Biltmore *
Fri-Nov-11 San Francisco, CA Slim's *
Sat-Nov-12 Los Angeles, CA Echoplex *
Sun-Nov-13 San Diego, CA Sunset Temple *
Mon-Nov-14 Phoenix, AZ Sail Inn *
Wed-Nov-16 Austin, TX The Parish *
Thu-Nov-17 Dallas, TX Club Dada *
Fri-Nov-18 Memphis, TN Hi-Tone *
Sat-Nov-19 Lexington, KY Cosmic Charlies *
Sun-Nov-20 Pittsburgh, PA Garfield Art Works *
Mon-Nov-21 Philadelphia, PA Johnny Brenda's *
Wed-Nov-23 New York, NY Bowery Ballroom *

* = w/ Big Troubles
# = w/ Twin Sister, Trailer Trash Tracys

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Comments (14)

vomit

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 10:11 AM

"Days was recorded over the course of five patient months in a remote New Paltz, NY barn-cum-studio with the help of Kevin McMahon (Titus Andronicus, The Walkmen), is a coming of age moment for childhood friends Martin Courtney (Guitar and Vocals), Matt Mondanile (Guitar) and Alex Bleeker (Bass)."

GREAT!!! I *LOVE* coming of age moments. It's gonna be like Stand By Me, only filled with incredibly derivative and emotionally hollow sounding music. also, if kevin mcmahon produced this, why does DAYS (and that first titus record) sound like crap? the walkmen records sound great.

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 10:14 AM

Finally!

Have these guys played many shows outside of NYC?

Posted by Freepster | September 8, 2011 10:25 AM

Why does he stand like that?

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 11:00 AM

Can't wait to hear their new record. Every thing has sounded great live.

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 12:12 PM

No indie band should take 5 months to make a record these days, seeing as how they all just copy off of each other and utilize the same dumb devices that hipsters fall for every time.

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 12:24 PM

10:14 the second Titus Andronicus record sounds amazing though. It could be that the first one was recorded in a very limited time and a very limited budget. That first record was originally released on Troubleman not XL.

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 1:03 PM

@1:03, truth. does money make THAT much of a difference though? i guess so. even more confounding, patrick's old band, seizing elian, THEIR recordings sound better than that 1st titus record. but not the 2nd i guess, though it's apples and oranges.

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EeEJ5Sdi-DU

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 1:44 PM

1:44 not sure if this supports or opposes your argument, but Kevin McMahon produced that Seizing Elian record also. Maybe they were going for a rougher sound on the first titus album?

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 3:36 PM

@3:36 nah i know kevin did that one too, that's why i don't understand it. yea, maybe airing is just mixed bad. it's hard to listen to. compare the two versions of albert camus (elian vs. grievances version) even.

http://titusandronic.us/liveaudio

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmcJ8AYJYgQ

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 3:48 PM

no good bands come out of nyu but big troubles has to be the worst

Posted by Anonymous | September 8, 2011 5:04 PM

did Domino make them kick out their original drummer or what?

Posted by Anonymous | September 9, 2011 1:28 AM

haha, no. their original drummer got himself kicked out of the band all by himself

Posted by Anonymous | September 9, 2011 3:01 AM

just the best

Posted by Greg | February 10, 2014 11:54 AM

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