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LIFERS

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  • LIFERS Limited White Cassette
    Cassette + Digital Album

    Limited to 79 copies!

    Includes unlimited streaming of LIFERS via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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  • LIFERS Limited Edition Gold Cassette
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    LIFERS Limited Edition Cassette

    Limited edition Cassette Tape in partnership with Brutal Panda Records! Only a small limited quantity will be made so get yours today!

    LIFERS is the highly anticipated ninth studio album from iconic alt-rock duo, Local H. It’s their first full-length record in five years, and coincides with the band’s 30th anniversary.

    Recorded by the legendary Steve Albini (Nirvana, Cheap Trick) and the band’s longtime accomplice Andy Gerber, the record features mixing by J. Robbins, and contributions by an array of respected friends and guests, including Juliana Hatfield, John McCauley (Deer Tick), and John Haggerty (Naked Raygun, Pegboy).

    On the genesis of the album, frontman Scott Lucas explains:

    “When the re-release of the White Album came out a few years ago, I became re-obsessed all over again. One aspect that really hit me about it (this time) was how it’s not really a concept record — but it feels like a concept record. I wanted to do that with LIFERS. This might be a concept record about the end of the world. Or it might just be a party record with loud guitars and cowbells.”

    LIFERS will be released on April 10th, 2020 via AntiFragile Music.

    Includes unlimited streaming of LIFERS via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
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  • LIFERS Double Vinyl LP
    Record/Vinyl + Digital Album

    LIFERS Double Vinyl LP

    Double LP on standard weight black vinyl
    Gatefold jacket

    LIFERS is the highly anticipated ninth studio album from iconic alt-rock duo, Local H. It’s their first full-length record in five years, and coincides with the band’s 30th anniversary.

    Recorded by the legendary Steve Albini (Nirvana, Cheap Trick) and the band’s longtime accomplice Andy Gerber, the record features mixing by J. Robbins, and contributions by an array of respected friends and guests, including Juliana Hatfield, John McCauley (Deer Tick), and John Haggerty (Naked Raygun, Pegboy).

    On the genesis of the album, frontman Scott Lucas explains:

    “When the re-release of the White Album came out a few years ago, I became re-obsessed all over again. One aspect that really hit me about it (this time) was how it’s not really a concept record — but it feels like a concept record. I wanted to do that with LIFERS. This might be a concept record about the end of the world. Or it might just be a party record with loud guitars and cowbells. ”

    LIFERS will be released on April 10th, 2020 via AntiFragile Music.

    Includes unlimited streaming of LIFERS via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ... more

    Sold Out

  • LIFERS CD
    Compact Disc (CD) + Digital Album

    CD in Digipak

    LIFERS is the highly anticipated ninth studio album from iconic alt-rock duo, Local H. It’s their first full-length record in five years, and coincides with the band’s 30th anniversary.

    Recorded by the legendary Steve Albini (Nirvana, Cheap Trick) and the band’s longtime accomplice Andy Gerber, the record features mixing by J. Robbins, and contributions by an array of respected friends and guests, including Juliana Hatfield, John McCauley (Deer Tick), and John Haggerty (Naked Raygun, Pegboy).

    On the genesis of the album, frontman Scott Lucas explains:

    “When the re-release of the White Album came out a few years ago, I became re-obsessed all over again. One aspect that really hit me about it (this time) was how it’s not really a concept record — but it feels like a concept record. I wanted to do that with LIFERS. This might be a concept record about the end of the world. Or it might just be a party record with loud guitars and cowbells.”

    LIFERS will be released on April 10th, 2020 via AntiFragile Music.

    Includes unlimited streaming of LIFERS via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.
    ... more

    Sold Out

  • Limited Edition Yellow Cassette
    Cassette + Digital Album

    Yellow cassette variant limited to 70 copies!

    Includes unlimited streaming of LIFERS via the free Bandcamp app, plus high-quality download in MP3, FLAC and more.

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LIFERS is the highly anticipated ninth studio album from iconic alt-rock duo, Local H. It’s their first full-length record in five years, and coincides with the band’s 30th anniversary.

Recorded by the legendary Steve Albini (Nirvana, Cheap Trick) and the band’s longtime accomplice Andy Gerber, the record features mixing by J. Robbins, and contributions by an array of respected friends and guests, including Juliana Hatfield, John McCauley (Deer Tick), and John Haggerty (Naked Raygun, Pegboy).

On the genesis of the album, frontman Scott Lucas explains:

“When the re-release of the White Album came out a few years ago, I became re-obsessed all over again. One aspect that really hit me about it (this time) was how it’s not really a concept record — but it feels like a concept record. I wanted to do that with LIFERS. This might be a concept record about the end of the world. Or it might just be a party record with loud guitars and cowbells. ”

LIFERS will be released on April 10th, 2020 via AntiFragile Music.

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