Legendary alt-rockers Silver Jews unfortunately decided to call it quits in 2009, not long after releasing their sixth and final studio album Lookout Mountain, Lookout Sea. Fortunately for Silver Jews fans that might have been craving a new release to get their hands on, there is something to look forward to from the band in the near future.
Early Times harks right back to the early days of Silver Jews when Stephen Malkmus and Bob Nastanovich were still heavily involved. The tracks included are taken from their original 7″ EP Dime Map Of The Reef and another 12″ EP entitled The Arizona Record.
Drag City will release Silver Jews’ Early Times on June 19th. The track list is below.
02. The Walnut Falcon
03. September 1999
04. SVM F.T. TROOPS
05. THE Unchained Melody
06. Secret Knowledge of Back Roads
07. I Love the Rights
08. Jackson Nightz
09. The War in Apartment 1812
10. West S
11. You Can’t Trust It To Remain
12. The Wild Palms
13. Welcome to the House of the Bats
14. Bar Scene from Stars Wars
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