Posted in music | tour dates on June 25, 2013

DOWNLOAD: Porcelain Raft - Think of the Ocean (MP3)


As mentioned, Dirty Beaches play Glasslands on Friday (6/28) which is opened by Porcelain Raft (aka Mauro Remiddi). He will be playing his recent Silent Speech EP in full, which you can stream below. Tickets are still available.

Meanwhile, he's also announced a new album, Permanent Signal, which will be out August 20 via Secretly Canadian. The album has a decidedly more organic feel that Poreclain Raft's previous work. Says Reiddi, "I wanted to record in the studio just to capture the guitars and drums properly, and to have some real input from musicians I respected and loved to hang with." Those musicians include Yuck's Jonny Rogoff on drums, Antlers' bassist Darby Cicci (who also engineered the record), and cellist (and Sufjan Stevens colaborator) Gaspar Claus. You can download the album's first single, "Think of the Ocean," above and watch the video, which Remiddi directed, below.

While no tour has been announced, Porcelain Raft does have a couple other NYC dates. He plays Glasslands again on September 5 and tickets are now on sale. Then this fall Porcelain Raft plays Mercury Lounge on October 4. Tickets to that show go on AmEx presale on Wednesday (6/26) at noon with the regular on-sale starting Friday (6/28) at noon.

Album art, tracklist, EP stream and music video, below...


Porcelain Raft - "Think of the Ocean"

Porcelain Raft - Silent Speech EP


Porcelain Raft - Permanent Signal tracklist:
01. Think Of The Ocean
02. Cluster
03. Minor Pleasure
04. Open Letter
05. Night Birds
06. It Ain't Over
07. I Lost Connection
08. Warehouse
09.The Way Out
10. Five Minutes From Now
11. Echo



Comments (3)

so excited for this record, porcelain raft is amazing! cannot wait for this show!

Posted by Anonymous | June 25, 2013 9:49 PM

Great stuff , its been a while since a band susprise me this way ,the singer sounds like alan vega!! By suicide´╗┐

Posted by Angie | May 29, 2014 10:35 AM

Porcelain Raft's music is so powerful and so beautiful. This song made me feel a thousand emotions at the same time, it's an amazing song. I've been listening to Unless You Speak From Your Heart for the last two years and it had been my favorite song, but this one is not very far from that.

Posted by Mateus | October 5, 2014 5:52 PM

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