MUSIC NEWS: NIGHT TERRORS OF 1927 RELEASE “ANYTHING TO ANYONE”

Atlantic Records artist Night Terrors of 1927 has announced the release of a new EP. "ANYTHING TO ANYONE" will be available at all DSPs beginning tomorrow.

"ANYTHING TO ANYONE" will give listeners a preview of the band's debut full-length album, set for release in early 2015.  The four songs on the EP will appear on the upcoming album, including the first single, "When You Were Mine," which features Tegan and Sara and premiered today via Stereogum, who called the song, "a gorgeous piece of work."  Hear the song here.

Additionally, "ANYTHING TO ANYONE" will be available in a physical edition – complete with bonus acoustic track – exclusively via Night Terrors of 1927's official webstore starting October 14 as well as at all dates on the band's upcoming fall tour. Those dates – which see Night Terrors of 1927 sharing a bill with indie pop duo Capital Cities – begin October 22nd at Miami's Grand Central and then continue through late November. Night Terrors of 1927 will also appear at Austin's ACL Music Festival, with performances scheduled for Friday, October 3rd and Friday, October 10th. As if that weren't enough, the band has slated a number of additional Texas dates for that week, including an Official 2014 ACL Fest Late Night Show alongside Tegan and Sara (set for Saturday, October 4th at Austin's Stubb's Outdoors) as well as a pair of Lone Star State shows supporting Australia's The Preatures. For complete details and ticket information, please visit www.nightterrorsof1927.com.

Night Terrors of 1927 – Blake Sennett (formerly of Rilo Kiley and The Elected) and Jarrod Gorbel (late of The Honorary Title) – was greeted with unanimous critical applause from their very start, with SPIN praising late 2013's debut EP, "GUILTY PLEAS," as "darkly cathartic synth-pop" and Neon Gold further commending the EP's premiere single, "Dust and Bones," as "a beautifully orchestrated four and a half minutes of fatalistic bliss." Elsewhere, Pigeons and Planes declared "GUILTY PLEAS" to be "rock for the current moment" while Esquire hailed Sennett and Gorbel for "blatantly, unapologetically swinging for the fences," noting, "bat meets ball in a big way."

Based in Los Angeles, Night Terrors of 1927 has spent considerable time on the road, including headline shows, sold out residencies, national tours alongside fellow Atlantic recording group Fitz & The Tantrums, and performances at such gatherings as New York City's CMJ Music Marathon, Austin's South By Southwest (SXSW) and San Francisco's Outside Lands Music & Arts Festival.

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