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Title Fight announces headlining tour in March before La Dispute tour

Earlier today, we reported on La Dispute’s tour announcement with Title Fight and The Hotelier coming this March. Title Fight has also just announced a little headlining tour for themselves, just before they meet up with La Dispute.

The band will be releasing their forthcoming EP “Hyperview” in February through ANTI-Records, and will head out on the road to promote the work. The tour will begin in early March and lasts just under two weeks (mostly West Coast), then the boys will meet up with La Dispute (mostly East Coast).

You can head view a complete list of the La Dispute dates, and the Title Fight dates below.

La Dispute released their most recent album, “Rooms Of The House”, this past March on their own label, Better Living.



La Dispute announce spring tour with Title Fight and The Hotelier

La Dispute have announced some spring tour dates with support from Title Fight and The Hotelier.

Check out the full list of dates and locations below.

La Dispute last released Rooms Of The House on March 18th on their own label, Better Living.  Title Fight will be releasing their new album Hyperview on February 3rd 2015 via ANTI- Records.  The Hotelier released their sophomore album Home, Like Noplace There Is on February 25th through Tiny Engines.



Live Video: La Dispute performs “Woman (reading) for Chalk TV

La Dispute have recently posted a live performance of “Woman (reading) for Chalk TV. You can check it out below.

“Woman (reading)” is off the bands most recent album “Rooms Of The House” which was released on March 18th on their own label, Better Living.



Video: La Dispute cover Nirvana’s “Polly”


La Dispute recently released a live video cover of Nirvana’s song “Polly” for a  new AV Club feature called Pioneering. Watch the video below.
La Dispute’s last album, “Rooms of the House,” was released on March 18th on their own label, Better Living.



La Dispute comments on Kevin Whittemore’s departure from the band

Last Sunday, at a hometown show in Grand Rapids, La Dispute announced that guitarist Kevin Whittemore will be leaving the band after the current tour wraps up.  The band issued a heartfelt comment on Kevin’s decision, which you can read below.

The band will head on tour to Europe, Australia, and beyond with a new guitarist this spring.



Kevin Whittemore parting ways with La Dispute

Last night at a hometown show in Grand Rapids, La Dispute announced that guitarist Kevin Whittemore will be leaving the band after the current tour wraps up.

We don’t have any further details, but we’ll keep you posted as the story develops.



Album Review: La Dispute – ‘Rooms of the House’

La Dispute are about nostalgia, introspection, relationships and the severed bonds of Love or those bonds that actually do have an affinity for each other. Vocalist Jordan Dreyer’s emotional tomes dip in and out of aggressive fits of fervor as well as into jousts of calm poetry in motion. Rooms of the House is steeped in all these elements and while they diverge a bit toward a more composed, pieced together melodic drive, the sound here still has all the right flavors that you loved to ingest. It’s earnest, heartfelt and connects each character in the record to you in a most resonating manner.

“HUDSONVILLE MI 1956” paints their usual magic but indicates to the listeners just how much they should anticipate the record to shift in and out of sounds. Waves of post-punk and post-hardcore mix as per usual but there’s a sense of fulfillment beckoning as the guys experiment in waves dancing in and out of various sounds. Their sonic outlay is recognizable but it’s apparent how much they shift things up. “For Mayor In Splitsville” pans out with the aforementioned shift as it eases into a poppish, simplistic vibe that highlights just how polished the record is even in its DIY ebb and flow. It’s not the most intricate thing you’d usually expect but it simmers well.

Dreyer seems more mature yet packed with the same anxiety in his lyrical content and as the past dictates, this is great energy to feed off. “Stay Happy There” swarms you with post-hardcore drama as it speaks about how much objects matter, haunt and affect people, when their loved ones disappear, for whatever reason. It’s not even a concept record but more an anecdote. In fact, it’s an experience which is what they do so well. There’s the old-school nuance yet the steps forward the band wants to take. There are little sprinkles of wordspeak placed from time to time but overall, the direction they’re going in is profound as usual, but seems more certain a sound. It’s still part of The Wave but seems more self-assured.

3.5 / 5 Stars



Full Album Stream: La Dispute – Rooms Of The House

La Dispute are currently streaming their upcoming album “Rooms of the House” and you can check it out over here.

The album is due out March 18th on the band’s new label, Better Living. It will be the follow up to their sophomore album “Wildlife” which was released in 2011 via No Sleep Records.



La Dispute announce Australian tour w/ Balance and Composure

La Dispute will be heading down under for a short run of Australian tour dates with Balance and Composure this June. Details on when and where they’ll be playing can be found below.

La Dispute’s upcoming album “Rooms of the House” is due out March 18th on the band’s new label, Better Living. Balance And Composure’s latest album “The Things We Think We’re Missing” was released on September 10th via No Sleep Records (US) and Hassle Records (UK/EU).



Music Video: La Dispute – “For Mayor in Splitsville”

La Dispute have released a music video for a new song titled “For Mayor in Splitsville”. The track will appear on the band’s upcoming album, Rooms of the House.

You can check out the video, courtesy of The AV Club, right here.

Rooms of the House  is due out March 18th on the band’s new label, Better Living. It will be the follow up to their sophomore album, Wildlife, which was released in 2011 via No Sleep Records.



La Dispute release album details, stream new song – “Stay Happy There”

La Dispute are streaming a new song off their upcoming album, Rooms Of The House. Check out “Stay Happy There” over on the band’s Tumblr here.

You can also check out the album’s full track listing below, along with a list of tour dates.

Rooms Of The House is due out March 18th on the band’s new label, Better Living.

La Dispute’s latest album, Wildlife, was released in 2011 via No Sleep Records.



Pianos Become the Teeth announce US tour with Mansions and La Dispute

Maryland post-hardcore outfit Pianos Become the Teeth have announced a US tour with La Dispute and Mansions.

You can find the dates and locations below.

Pianos released their latest studio album “The Lack Long After” in 2011 via Topshelf Records.



La Dispute announce new album “Rooms Of The House”

Awesome news for any La Dispute fans out there. The band has just announced the release of their third full length “Rooms Of The House.” The album will be released March 21st 2014 via the bands established label Better Living. La Dispute will also release a companion book which details the album’s writing and recording process.

La Dispute last released “Wildlife” in 2011 via No Sleep Records.



Free Album Download: La Dispute – “Somewhere At The Bottom…”

Michigan punk act La Dispute is this week’s free album download feature from No Sleep Records.  The label is offering their 2008 “Somewhere At The Bottom Of The River Between Vega And Altair” full-length for a pay-what-you-want download on their bandcamp.



La Dispute announce Australian tour dates with Pianos Become The Teeth

La Dispute has just announced a string of Australian tour dates featuring support from Pianos Become The Teeth for this coming summer. You can check them out here.

La Dispute last released “Wildlife” in 2011 via No Sleep Records.