California rockers Thrice will release a new album called Horizons/East on September 17. The first single from the project, “Scavengers,” is out now.
Singer Dustin Kensrue says the song is about “toxic worldviews I once inhabited,” and he admits, “a lot of people that I love are still in that place.” In the track, Kensrue appears to be trying to rescue those people, singing, “I will find you in the black light/Of that cold dry land/never mind who held you last night/Come and take my hand.”
As for the album, Horizons/East is described as “a soundtrack for deeper dreaming,” with a theme of “interrelatedness.” The songs, meanwhile, speak to “the fragile and awkward arrangements that pass for civilization, while inviting us to dwell more knowingly within our own lives.”
Horizons/East is a followup to Thrice’s 2018 album, Palms.
Thrice will launch a tour September 24 in Houston, TX which is currently scheduled to wrap October 30 in Anaheim, CA. Visit Thrice.net for the full itinerary.
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