Ages and Ages, have announced their forthcoming release Something To Ruin, due out August 19th via Partisan Records. Today, the band are sharing the…Read More
Ages and Ages is more than a band. It’s a collective of like-minded souls that believe in the power of music to change the world and elevate the spirit. Their music is bright and uplifting, with lyrics, penned by Tim Perry, that deliver serious introspective messages full of insight and consideration for others.
Their debut record, Alright You Restless, was made in eight days of feverish creativity, while Divisionary evolved over months of experimentation at Portland’s Jackpot Studios with veteran producer Tony Lash (Elliott Smith, The Dandy Warhols, Eric Matthews), as well as the home studio of Ages bass player Rob Oberdorfer. During the process, the band suffered the loss of a number of close family members and dear friends, so the songs became a kind of road map for anyone attempting to avoid darkness, without becoming consumed by anger in the face of life’s difficulties. “There were also great things happening,” Perry adds. “One of us had a child, another got married. Life was tipping both ends of the scale; there were a lot of changes going on.”
Today Ages and Ages are streaming their sophomore effort, Divisionary, a week before its release. Following a run of shows at SXSW the 6-piece band will hit the road this spring with Lake Street Dive. Their debut record,Read More
Ages and Ages have shared the second single off their forthcoming sophomore album Divisionary, premiering “I See More” today.
Fans can catch Ages and Ages on the road this spring with Mirah and Lake Street Dive,