Flourish And a Spoil, their first full-length LP through Fat Possum Record. Produced by John Congleton (St. Vincent, the Walkmen, Angel Olsen), it serves as the follow-up to the band's self-titled debut EP, which was released in January. As our first taste, The Districts have unveiled the album's lead single, "4th and Roebling". It's fitting the band named the song after the intersection they parked their van during their first trip to Brooklyn. With it's blues-meets-garage aesthetic, uplifting guitar parts, and undertones of feedback, the track radiates a particularly warm sense of nostalgia. Yet under all that romanticism beats the heart of a song that's raw and ragged, one alive with the uncertainty of what comes next." from Consequence of Sound. Limited Edition clear green vinyl.
4th and Roebling
Sing the Song
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