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Across Tundras Announces Split Release With Lark's Tongue

Cavity Records has announced April 20th as the release date for a special split LP between Across Tundras and Lark's Tongue.

"Consisting of two absolutely epic songs from each American band, the Across Tundras/Lark's Tongue split LP is the first collaboration between these two groups. Across Tundras was born on the Western High Prairie and has been sighted recently in the hills north of Nashville, TN.

"Countless mysterious audio artifacts and sonic expeditions have been made by the un-herd collective since their inception in 2003, both delighting and bewildering musical excavators who have encountered the aural, physical, and meta-evidence of this pastoral beast.Hailing from the Midwest, Lark's Tongue formed in 2010 of seasoned travelers informed by all manners of cosmic pursuits. They conjure heavy, layered psychedelia with an emphasis on harmony and narrative, atop beguiling squalls of guitar, shimmering keys, and a thick low-end.

"This split marks the coming-together of two bands with di?erent styles but similar influences, and will give the listener visions of Panoramic Country Crush, Cosmic Blues, Vintage Psychedelia, Terrestrial Drone, and Rural Heaviness. The priest dream is a siren song to suffer, illuminating the pathways where fear and bliss become one. What starts with pleasure endures in alarm, and only your eyes can look straight at the sun..."

The track listing is as follows:

1. Across Tundras - "Low Haunts"
2. Across Tundras - "Crux to Bear"
3. Lark's Tongue - "Follow Your Nightmares"
4. Lark's Tongue - "Aluminum"

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1. Matthew Klein writes:

STOKED ON THIS!!!!! Both bands rule.

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