Bishop Allen have benefited tremendously from a nebulous hiatus—the band that released an EP every month in 2006, for a start, has finally come back to life after a five-year sleep to release Lights Out on Dead Oceans. Despite hailing from Brooklyn,Read More
Bishop Allen is an American indie rock band from Brooklyn, New York. The band’s core members are Justin Rice and Christian Rudder, who are supported both on stage and in the studio by a rotating cast of musical collaborators. The band was formed in 2003 and grew out of Rice and Rudder’s friendship; it takes its name from Bishop Allen Drive in Cambridge, Massachusetts, where the two lived together after attending Harvard University.
Bishop Allen has released three albums and 12 EPs; their second album, The Broken String, was released in July 2007 and their most recent album, Grrr…, was released in March 2009.
In just under two weeks, Bishop Allen will release their blissful new album, Lights Out (outAug. 19th on Dead Oceans). They’ve already shared singles “Start Again” and “Why I Had To Go,” along with the video for “Start Again,” which draws a map of the:Read More
Only two weeks ago, Bishop Allen shared the announcement of their first new album in five years, Lights Out (out August 19th on Dead Oceans), and the first single, “Start Again.” Today, they’re back with the video for “Start Again,”Read More
Bishop Allen have announced their new album, Lights Out, which is set to be released on August 19th via Dead Oceans. Listen to the first track off of their upcoming release, “Start Again,” above,Read More