Grandaddy have shared "Evermore" from Last Place, the reactivated band's first record in more than 10 years. The song's pulsing, droning synth hook works well with Jason Lytle's bummer-lite dystopian daydream lyrics. He told NPR about the song:

I have no idea what the song is about but I really like the imagery of sad dirty trees that live by the freeway and throwing stuff out of commercial airliners. Also the line 'When remembering is what forgetting's for.' It's kinda high-school-corny poetry, but I still like it a lot.

You can watch the video for "Evermore" below.

Meanwhile, Grandaddy have added a second NYC show, playing Rough Trade on March 2 and tickets for that show go on sale today at noon. (Their 2/28 show at Le Poisson Rouge is sold out.) The band's only other announced U.S. show at the moment is San Francisco's Noise Pop Fest which happens right before the NYC shows. All dates are listed below.

Enter to win a pair of tickets to Grandaddy's 2/28 show at Le Poisson Rouge.

Grandaddy - 2017 Tour Dates
Feb 26 Noise Pop Festival: Bimbo's 365 Club (SOLD OUT) San Francisco, CA
Feb 28 (le) poisson rouge (SOLD OUT) New York, NY
Mar 02 Rough Trade Brooklyn, NY
Mar 20 Barby club Tel Aviv, Israel
Mar 21 Barby club (SOLD OUT) Tel Aviv Yafo, Israel
Mar 23 Potterrow Edinburgh, United Kingdom
Mar 26 Hoults Yard Newcastle, United Kingdom
Mar 27 Irish Centre Leeds, United Kingdom
Mar 28 Albert Hall Manchester, United Kingdom
Mar 29 Rock City Nottingham, United Kingdom
Mar 31 Colston Hall Bristol, United Kingdom
Apr 01 Concorde (SOLD OUT) Brighton, United Kingdom
Apr 03 Roundhouse London, United Kingdom
Apr 05 AB Hall (SOLD OUT) Brussels, Belgium
Apr 07 Motel Mozaique Festival Rotterdam, Netherlands
Apr 09 L'Aeronef Lille, France
May 31 Primavera Sound Festival Barcelona, Spain
Jun 01 Primavera Sound Festival Barcelona, Spain
Jun 02 Primavera Sound Festival Barcelona, Spain
Jun 03 Primavera Sound Festival Barcelona, Spain
Jun 04 Primavera Sound Festival Barcelona, Spain
Jun 08 Primavera Sound Porto Porto, Portugal

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