HTRK released new album, reissuing debut on vinyl, on tour in North America, playing two NYC shows (dates, LP streams)
by Bill Pearis
Australia’s HTRK released their latest album, Psychic 9-5 Club, last year via Ghostly. It was the first album made as a duo, following the death of Sean Stewart who died during the making of 2011’s Work (work, work). Jonnine Standish and Nigel Yang deliver their most hushed, electronic-based HTRK album to date and you can stream it via Rdio below.
In other news, their acclaimed, Rowland S Howard-produced 2009 debut, Marry Me Tonight is being pressed on vinyl for the first time ever and that comes out via Ghostly on April 28. Only 500 copies are being made and preorders are available now. You can stream the album below.
HTRK are currently in North America and are playing Mexico City’s Festival NRMAL on Sunday (3/1). Right after that, they’ll head to NYC for two shows: Tuesday (3/3) at Baby’s All Right with Blazer Sound System, and Kiki Kudo (tickets), and then they’ll play the Nothing Changes party at Home Sweet Home on March 4 with Pop. 1280.
All dates are listed, along with album streams and a video, below…
HTRK – 2015 Tour Dates
03.01 – Festival NRMAL – Mexico City
03.03 – Baby’s All Right – New York, NY
03.04 – Nothing Changes @ Home Sweet Home – New York, NY
03.05 – Bardot – Miami, FL
03.06 – CAMH – Houston, TX