A Place To Bury Strangers announce new single

A Place To Bury Strangers have now released new single ‘Don’t Turn The Radio‘ via Dedstrange. The new song, alongside ‘This is All For You‘, is the third instalment of ‘The Sevens‘, a series of four 7-inch vinyl records on white vinyl that unveil a treasure trove of previously unreleased tracks from their critically acclaimed 6th album, ‘See Through You‘. 

Renowned for their visceral sonic assault and immersive live performances, A Place To Bury Strangers has cemented the end-all-be-all space for over-the-top post-punk/ shoegaze destruction. With this special vinyl collection, the band invites listeners to delve deeper into their sonic universe, exploring uncharted territories and hidden gems.

“When looking back at the recordings that were done around the time of See Through You, there were a bunch of great tracks that just captured life back then and really had something incredible going on,” says frontman Oliver Ackerman. “Even though they are a bit raw and a bit personal, I thought it would be a mistake if they didn’t come out. I thought it would be best to go back to my roots and put out a series of 7-inches the way A Place To Bury Strangers started. That strange weird format where the tracks each speak for themselves; no album context to muddy the water. These tracks are such a contrast to the way I am feeling now and the current songs we’ve been working on so slip back into this moment in time.” 

A Place To Bury Strangers Tour Dates:

Tue 23 Apr – Paris, France @ Petit Bain ^

Wed 24 Apr – Lille, France @ Le Grand Mix ^

Thu 25 Apr – Maastricht, Netherlands @ Muziekgieterij ^

Fri 31 May  – Brooklyn, NY @ TBA [The Sevens Release Show]

Fri 2 Aug – Beleen, Germany @ Krach am Bach

^ With Plattenbau (DE)

Oliver Ackermann consistently brings unexpected thrills. For nearly two decades, as the singer and guitarist of New York City’s A Place To Bury Strangers, he has captivated and amazed audiences by fusing post-punk, noise-rock, shoegaze, psychedelia, and avant-garde elements in daring and unconventional ways. Not only known for his musical prowess, Ackermann’s legacy extends as the founder of Death By Audio, crafting signal-scrambling stomp boxes and visionary instrument effects that electrify and inspire other artists who plug into his gear.

Live performances by A Place To Bury Strangers are nothing short of mesmerizing—a mystical journey immersing listeners in sublime soundscapes, unexpected twists, transcendental vibrations, spontaneous experiments, and ingenious revelations.

While many of his contemporaries in the New York City underground scene appear to be slowing down, Ackermann’s creativity is on the rise. He has recently launched his own label, Dedstrange, committed to promoting the work of sonic innovators worldwide. Furthermore, by refreshing the band’s lineup with bassist John Fedowitz and drummer Sandra Fedowitz, A Place To Bury Strangers has reached new heights in contemporary, daringly melodic sound.

The debut of the Hologram EP marked the beginning of this revitalized lineup, followed by the highly acclaimed sixth album, See Through You, released in 2022, which has kept them on the road with relentless touring. Additionally, alongside projects like The Sevens, the band is gearing up for their seventh album slated for release in the upcoming autumn.