Pennsylvania rockers The Districts served up their sophomore LP Popular Manipulations last summer and spent the fall touring in support of it. Now, after a short break, the band is setting off on another massive tour of North America and Europe, this time with Chicago indie stalwart Twin Peaks along for the ride.
Along with the tour announcement, The Districts have shared a brand new single, “Nighttime Girls”, a bobbing, raucous ode to youthful ennui. “I go out in the nighttime and feel a hole in my heart,” frontman Rob Grote sings against shuddering walls of distortion. In a statement, Grote describes the song as being “about the allure of escapism and a character’s general preoccupation with shallowness and neon light.”- RANDALL COLBURN of Consequence of Sound
supported by 8 fans who also own “Nighttime Girls / Soft Auxiliary”
GREAT sounding album. I listen to it almost everyday while I close at work. Dr. Dog never disappoints. I like that this time around it's more traditional or folk-like. Survive gets me amped and I sing it all the friggin' time. bucketbaker92