Broken Social Scene Announce New EP, Share New Song “Can’t Find My Heart”

Let's Try the After - Vol. 2 Due Out April 12 via Arts & Crafts

Mar 20, 2019
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Earlier this month Broken Social Scene released a new EP, Let's Try the After - Vol. 1, via Arts & Crafts. Now they have announced its follow-up EP, Let's Try the After - Vol. 2, and shared its first single, "Can't Find My Heart." Let's Try the After - Vol. 2 is due out April 12 via Arts & Crafts. Then both EPs will be bundled and released together the next day, April 13, which is Record Store Day. Check out "Can't Find My Heart" below, followed by the EP's tracklist and cover art, as well as Broken Social Scene's upcoming tour dates.

Previously they shared Vol. 1's first single, "All I Want," which was one of our Songs of the Week. Then, on the eve of the EP's release, the Canadian band shared another track from Vol. 1, "Boyfriends," via a fun video made up entirely of GIFs.

Vol. 1 included "1972," a song they recently performed in a session for the Canadian music show The Strombo Show. The other new song they performed on the show, "Can't Find My Heart," is on Vol. 2

Frontman Kevin Drew had this to say about the EP in a press release: "The theme is to continue. Sickness, suicide, uprise, love, death, betrayal, hurt, joy, sex, communication, battles and  divisions ... Let's just get to their after and start building again. How do we do it within the isolation of self prescribe empty popularity? How does the ego revolt? How does the heart win? Can it? Maybe after we will find out."

Broken Social Scene's last album, Hug of Thunder, was released in July 2017 via Arts & Crafts. It was one of our Top 100 Albums of 2017.

Read our 2017 interview with Broken Social Scene on Hug of Thunder.

Read our review of Hug of Thunder.

Read our Album of the Week post on Hug of Thunder.

Let's Try the After - Vol. 2 EP Tracklist:

01 Memory Lover
02 Can't Find My Heart
03 Big Couches
04 Let's Try the After
05 Wrong Line

Broken Social Scene Tour Dates:

April 24 - Danforth Music Hall - Toronto, ON *SOLD OUT*
April 25 - Danforth Music Hall - Toronto, ON
May 16 - Webster Hall - New York, NY
May 17 - Webster Hall - New York, NY
May 21 - Corona Theatre - Montreal, QC
May 22 - Corona Theatre - Montreal QC
June 05 - The Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
June 06 - The Fonda Theatre - Los Angeles, CA
July 29 - The Neptune - Seattle, WA
July 30 - The Neptune - Seattle, WA
Aug 9th - Denmark, Copenhagen, Amager Bio
Aug 10th - Sweden, Way Out West Festival
Aug 12th - Hungary, Sziget Festival
Aug 16th - UK, Green Man Festival
Aug 19th - UK, London Hackney Earth
Aug 20th - UK, London Hackney Earth

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