Tilly and the Wall – “Heavy Mood” now shipping, US tour dates.

Tilly & The Wall’s first new album in four years, ‘Heavy Mood,’ out next week on Team Love, is now streaming in full at MTV Hive.

Produced by Mike Mogis (Bright Eyes) and featuring Nick Zinner (Yeah Yeah Yeah’s) and Clark Baechle (The Faint), ‘Heavy Mood’ finds the quintet’s musical palate broadened by reverb-drenched guitars, Spector-like production and harmonies, and haunting electro-pop ballads (“I Believe In You,” “Echo My Love”). Stream ‘Heavy Mood’ in its entirety here.


Described by MTV Hive as “the sound of a group who’ve figured out what’s important to them, and what they have to say,” Tilly’s mission to uplift the world is more explicit than ever on ‘Heavy Mood.’ Watch their new music video for “Defenders,” which premiered on NPR First Watch.

“Youthful exuberance paired with powerful dance beats…provides solace in these hard times” – KCRW

“A rough and raucous rager” – WXPN

“Bold, adventurous and completely surprising new record” – NPR Music

“A raucous, stomping shred.” – Stereogum

“If you’re a grown-up who harbors a playful streak of rebellion, here’s your new soundtrack.” – Filter


Webstore pre-orders are now shipping (get your copy here if you haven’t already), and the band is getting ready to embark on their first US tour since 2008.


Tilly and the Wall Tour Dates

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Sea Of Bees joins Jason Lytle (Grandaddy) on his West Coast tour

Out now on Team Love Records, Orangefarben is as much of a reflection of one relationship as it is of the relationships we all have with one another. There’s giddy joy, desperate sorrow, yearning, fear, frustration, and a depth of emotion that can only come when sharing little or big portions of yourself with a kindred spirit. Just as Julie Ann Bee was unafraid to share so much of herself on this album, she encourages you take to Orangefarben with the same fearless abandon.


To get y’all excited for Jules’ upcoming shows, check out “Live in London” below!

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