According to a post on the anticon website, Los Angeles producer/songwriter Will Wiesenfeld has recently completed his second LP as Baths. The followup to 2010’s excellent Cerulean is currently in the mastering stages, which means, we’re guessing, that the album should get a release date in the first half of 2013. Not much more info than we already could’ve guessed, but exciting news nonetheless. Check back for the release details which will doubtlessly be leaking over the course of thee next couple weeks.
Baths also announced a slew of tour dates, including some, as he excitedly points out, opening for the Postal Service. Check out those dates below, and below that watch an awesome video from 2010 where Will breaks down his song “Plea”.
3/09 — Phoenix, AZ — The Crescent Ballroom *
3/10 — Tucson, AZ — Rialto Theatre *
3/11 — El Paso, TX — Tricky Falls *
3/12 — San Antonio, TX — White Rabbit *
3/13 — Austin, TX — SXSW
3/14 — Austin, TX — SXSW
3/15 — Austin, TX — SXSW
3/16 — Austin, TX — SXSW
4/9 — Reno, NV — Grand Sierra Theatre #
4/10 — Davis, CA — Mondavi Center #
4/12 — San Luis Obispo, CA — Madonna Expo Center #
5/24-5/27 — Sasquatch! Festival 2013, WA — The Gorge
* with Why?
# with The Postal Service
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