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Oct 09, 2017

Parquet Courts' frontman Andrew Savage is releasing his debut solo album, Thawing Dawn, under the name A. Savage this Friday (October 13) via Dull Tolls. He previously shared the album's first single, "Winter in the South," which was followed by the crisp and sparse "Wild, Wild, Wild Horses," and the country-tinged "Phantom Limbo." Now he has shared another song from the album, the 7-minute long slow-burner "Ladies From Houston." More

Sep 26, 2017

Parquet Courts' frontman Andrew Savage is releasing his debut solo album, Thawing Dawn, under the name A. Savage on October 13 via Dull Tolls. He previously shared the album's first single, "Winter in the South," which was followed by the crisp and sparse "Wild, Wild, Wild Horses." More

Aug 29, 2017

Parquet Courts' frontman Andrew Savage is releasing his debut solo album, Thawing Dawn, under the name A. Savage on October 13 via Dull Tolls. He previously shared the album's first single, "Winter in the South." Now he has shared another song from the album, the crisp and sparse "Wild, Wild, Wild Horses."  More

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Jul 14, 2017

The first four singles from Arcade Fire's forthcoming new album, Everything Now, seem to have gotten a mixed response from fans, but we make no apologies for naming the album's excellent and catchy first single, title track "Everything Now," our #1 Song of the Week back on June 2. More

Jul 10, 2017

Parquet Courts' frontman Andrew Savage has announced his debut solo album, Thawing Dawn, which is being released under the name A. Savage. He has also shared the album's first single, "Winter in the South." Thawing Dawn is due out October 13 via Dull Tolls. More



Reviews

Thawing Dawn

Thawing Dawn

Dull Tools

Oct 16, 2017

The most enjoyable albums are often the ones that charm unexpectedly. A solid solo record from Parquet Courts frontman Andrew Savage comes as no surprise, it's the sequence of its miscellany that pleasantly catches you off guard. More