4/03/2017

AT THE DRIVE IN: THIRD SINGLE “HOSTAGE STAMPS” AVAILABLE NOW

AT THE DRIVE IN
THIRD SINGLE “HOSTAGE STAMPS” & ACCOMPANYING
VIDEO AVAILABLE NOW
in • ter a • li • a OUT MAY 5th ON RISE RECORDS

“a punk-hardcore whirlwind of frantic virtuosity, torrential verbiage and barely sublimated fury…with whipsawing momentum: wild, precise, aggressive and smart.”—NEW YORK TIMES
“It was a celebration… to see At the Drive In is to watch Bixler hold court… a true showman”—VULTURE
“half-concert, half-religious experience”—AUSTIN360
“brilliant… fans roared with delight.”—AUSTIN CHRONICLE
“a SXSW phenomenon…we were privileged to see it all unfold.”—HOUSTON PRESS
“high-octane punk dominance”—GOTHAMIST
“the wait has certainly been worth it… they’re finally back to form, sweating it out on the stage like the… legends they are”—CONSEQUENCE OF SOUND
Fresh off a triumphant handful of US dates—including a surprise pop-up performance that was the talk of SXSW and a run of make-up dates including the euphoric sweat drenched NYC frenzy described above, At The Drive In has unleashed “Hostage Stamps,” the third single from the highly anticipated new album in • ter a • li • a, out May 5th on Rise Records. Listen now: iTunes / Spotify
Cedric Bixler-Zavala describes the song as “like walking through the hallway in some war-torn ghetto and reading the writing on the wall. When you hear things like, ‘Raise your nithing pole,’ I don’t think anyone will know what that is right away, but when you look it up, it’s this curse. We are going to be victorious. Here’s the fucking head on the stake in front of our army. We’re coming back. It’s reading the writing on the wall. It’s going and keeping your ear to the ground and listening to the heartbeat of young people.”
Expanding on that theme, the band has unveiled an ominous new video directed by Rob Shaw and Damon Locks (who also designed the characters and set) to accompany the single’s release. Using a mix of stop-motion as well as digital animation, the video depicts faceless militaristic figures holding a man captive, as billboards bearing ominous messages flash in and out of view. The final scene is an eruption of chaos as the prisoner sets off an explosion. Watch here: https://youtu.be/JoNJ6AQhmFY
At The Drive In’s North American tour in support of  in • ter a • li • a will kick off May 6th with a hometown show at El Paso’s County County Coliseum. See below for all announced dates and get your tickets now at http://www.atthedriveinmusic.com/tour/

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AT THE DRIVE IN
2017 LIVE DATES
5/6/17 — El Paso, TX — County Coliseum
5/8/17 — Tempe, AZ — Marquee Theatre
5/9/17 — San Diego CA — Soma
5/12/17 — San Francisco CA — Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
5/13/17 — Los Angeles CA — Shrine Auditorium
5/17/17 — Mexico City — Pepsi Center WTC
6/7/17 — Austin, TX — Stubb’s +
6/9/17 — San Antonio, TX — Aztec Theater +
6/10/17 — Houston, TX — Revention Music Center
6/12/17 — Dallas, TX — South Side Ballroom
6/13/17 — Oklahoma City, OK — The Criterion
6/15/17 — Denver, CO — The Fillmore
6/17/17 — St. Paul, MN — Palace Theatre
6/18/17 — Chicago, IL — Aragon Ballroom
6/20/17 — Columbus, OH — Express Live!
6/21/17 — Cleveland, OH — Agora Theatre
6/22-25/17 — Montebello, Canada — Amnesia Rockfest 2017
8/15-17/17 — St. Pölten, Austria — FM4 Frequency Festival 2017
8/16-19/17 — Paredes De Coura, Portugal — Paredes De Coura Festival 2017
8/16-19/17 — Kiewit, Belgium — Pukkelpop Festival 2017
8/18-20/17 — Biddinghuizen, Netherlands — Lowlands Festival 2017
8/22/17 — Sesto San Giovanni, Italy — Carroponte
8/23/17 — Munich, Germany — Zenith
8/25-27/17 — Weatherby, UK — Leeds Festival 2017
8/25-27/17 — Reading, UK — Reading Festival 2017
8/25-27/17 — Saint Cloud, France — Rock En Seine 2017
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