From Indian Lakes have just announced that their follow up to the widely acclaimed 2014 album, “Absent Sounds,” will be called “Everything Feels Better Now.” It is the forthcoming third LP from the California-based band, and is set to be released in October through Triple Crown Records.
“Everything Feels Better Now” was recorded over the course of three months, and the final product was whittled down from 20 songs to 12. The bare bones of the tracks were recorded in the basement of a coffee shop that Joey Vannucchi cheaply rented. With the help of a housemate, he built his own home studio, putting together sound panels and various pieces of gear.
The album was recorded using vintage sound equipment, with no editing done on the vocals or instrumentals. “Delays were made using tape machines,” Vannucchi said, “and other effects were made using various equipment left over from Sound City Studios.” Sound City Studios is where Vannucchi worked with producer Kevin Augunas and engineer Gavin Paddock on mastering the finalized album.
When recording, Vannucchi wanted to capture a lo-fi aesthetic, all while keeping a thoughtful sense to the finished project.
In addition to the new album, the band has announced that they will go on tour in October and November, supporting the release of “Everything Feels Better Now.” The dates can be found below. Supporting the band on their headlining tour will be Made Violent and Wild Wild Horses.
From Indian Lakes will also be performing at this year’s Made In America festival in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, in addition to a handful of dates in late August and early September.
Pre-order information for “Everything Feels Better Now” can be found on the band’s website.
30th – Ballroom at The Outspace – Hamden, CT
31st – The Amityville Music Hall – Amityville, NY
1st – Stanhope House – Stanhope, NJ
2nd – Chameleon Club – Lancaster, PA
3rd – Planet Trog – Whitehall, PA
4th- Made In America Festival
3rd – Kilby Court – Salt Lake City, UT*
4th – Marquis Theatre – Denver, CO*
6th – 7th Street Entry – Minneapolis, MN*
8th – Subterranean – Chicago, IL*
9th – Cattivo – Pittsburgh, PA*
10th – Adelaide Hall – Toronto, ON*
12th – Mercury Lounge – New York, NY*
13th – Great Scott – Boston, MA*
14th – The Foundry – Philadelphia, PA*
15th – DC9 – Washington, DC*
16th – Local 506 – Chapel Hill, NC*
17th – The Masquerade (Purgatory) – Atlanta, GA*
18th – High Watt – Nashville, TN*
20th – White Oak Music Hall – Houston, TX*
21st – 3 TEN @ ACL – Austin, TX*
22nd – Sounds of Hermann Hall – Dallas, TX*
23rd – Jack’s Patio Bar – San Antonio, TX*
26th – Rebel Bar – Phoenix, AZ*
27th – Voo Doo @ HOB – San Diego, CA*
28th – Constellation Room – Santa Ana, CA*
1st – Vera Project – Seattle, WA*
2nd – Analog Theater – Portland, OR*
4th – Bottom of the Hill – San Francisco, CA*
5th – The Echo – Los Angeles, CA*
(*With Made Violent and Wild Wild Horses)