You know a band means something to you when you can remember your first time hearing them.
The first time I heard Mansions, I was a junior in high school working at our local supermarket. About once a week, my older brother (forever shaman of my music tastes) would load up whatever he was listening to on my iPod so I would have new music for bus rides and the lunch breaks where I’d step outside and smoke cigarettes bought for me by a friend. To this day, the songs I associate with that first job – and much of my junior and senior years of high school – are Mansions’, a band skilled at capturing the whirlwind of youthful emotions I was experiencing at the time. Read More “Mansions – Tuff Luff”
Mansions will be playing a show at The Knitting Factory in Brooklyn, NY on March 11th, 2022 to celebrate the tenth anniversary of Dig Up the Dead. Tickets are now available.
Mansions will release Big Bad on June 26th. Today they’ve shared the new song “Black and White” and pre-orders are now up. Read More “Mansions Announce New Album; Stream New Song”
Bad Timing Records will be releasing Mansions’ Dig Up the Dead on vinyl this week.
This pressing of Dig Up The Dead is limited to 500 copies on a beautiful White Inside Transparent Orange variant. You can see photos of the variant in the images on the left of this page (or on the top of the page, if you’re on a pocket computer).
Mansions will release their new EP, Deserter, on November 3rd. Today they’ve debuted the new track “Heel Theme” and pre-orders are now up.
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Ya know, Christopher Browder isn’t so different from you and me. Based on his previous work, I’d bet that we’ve felt the same as him at point or another in our lives, whether it be the same fears, thoughts, or aspirations. We’re all heavily flawed, and Browder isn’t afraid to share that. And that’s what makes Mansions’ second full length album, Dig Up The Dead, so instantly relatable. Throughout the ten tracks, Browder spins together intricate tales of loneliness, heartbreak, and doubt backed by layers of fuzzy, distorted guitars. Read More “Mansions – Dig Up The Dead”