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Portland's indie rock stalwarts The Thermals release the follow-up to their 2013 record 'Desperate Ground'. Entitled 'We Disappear' and produced by former Death Cab for Cutie member Chris Walla, the album is released via Saddle Creek. 'We Disappear' lives in this delicate, in-between place: at once hard and noisy, while also soft and personal. And seeming contradictions abound on this album. 'We Disappear' is an all-too-real, dark, and intensely personal album - in the past most of singer Hutch Harris' lyrics have been mostly fictitious tales - about how we try to outrun demise, whether personal or physical. It is an emotional document of how two people can tear each other apart, while simultaneously making you wanna get up and jump around the room. 'We Disappear' is about separation in terms of technology, how it can isolate us and impact our relationships, and how humans have embraced it to the point where we've already assimilated into it. 'The Great Dying' and 'Into the Code' examine how we're so afraid we're going to be forgotten, or overlooked, that we upload everything about our lives onto the Internet.
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