Posted in music | tour dates on August 28, 2014

by Bill Pearis


Dubby duo Peaking Lights are back with their third album, Cosmic Logic, which will be out October 7 via Weird World / Domino. Members Aaron Coyes and Indra Dunis made the record themselves in LA and it was mixed by DFA's Matt Thornley. Where previous records have been blisfully happy to coast on vibes, Cosmic Logic is a step into more immediate, poppy territory. At least for Peaking Lights. Stream the first single, "Breakdown," below and you can check out an animated version of the album artwork over at their website.

Right before the album's release, Peaking Lights will be in NYC to open for Real Estate at Terminal 5 on October 2. Regal Degal and "very special guest" (and Real Estate video director) Tom Scharpling have also been added to that bill and tickets are still available.

If you're in San Francisco this weekend, Peaking Lights play The Chapel on Saturday (8/31) with Dream Boys. That's their only other date currently on their schedule. Album art, tracklist, "Breakdown" stream and T5 show poster below...



Peaking Lights - Cosmic Logic tracklist:
01. Infinite Trips
02. Telephone Call
03. Hypnotic Hustle
04. Everyone And Us
05. Little Light
06. Dreamquest
07. Eyes To Sea
08. Bad With The Good
09. New Grrrls
10. Breakdown
11. Tell Me Your Song




Comments (7)

I love that they are getting a big venue for their sound.. Given their dub roots I hope they work it big time

Posted by Anonymous | August 28, 2014 12:15 PM

No shit, there are tickets still left for Real Estate? Wow, wouldn't have guessed. Crazy.

Posted by Anonymous | August 28, 2014 12:39 PM

What is Scharpling gonna do?

Posted by Anonymous | August 28, 2014 1:02 PM

^ Be fat and complain no one in showbiz wants to hire him.

Posted by Anonymous | August 28, 2014 1:11 PM

Cool song but I'm pretty sure my tone deaf sister could have given a superior vocal performance here

Posted by Anonymous | August 28, 2014 1:29 PM

Very cool, check out all the other great releases on the Weird World label using LabelM8

Posted by Anonymous | August 28, 2014 2:57 PM

this band sounds waaaaay different

Posted by Anonymous | August 28, 2014 3:47 PM

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