Thursday Return With First New Song in 13 Years: Listen

Thursday Return With First New Song in 13 Years: Listen
By: Pitchfork Posted On: April 12, 2024 View: 29

Post-hardcore band Thursday have returned with their first new music in 13 years—to the day. The band debuted “Application for Release From the Dream” during an intimate concert in Albany, New York, last night (April 11), and presented the single for sale in 7" vinyl form at the merch table. Now, the track is available across streaming services. Check it out below.

“Application for Release From the Dream” follows Thursday’s 2011 studio album, No Devolución. The new cut is also their first recording with guitarist Norman Brannon, formerly of Texas Is the Reason.

In 2015, Thursday reissued their 1999 debut LP, Waiting; the year after, the group reunited after a five-year hiatus. In 2018, Thursday performed a string of intimate shows in San Francisco, Los Angeles, and San Diego to celebrate their 20th anniversary.

Thursday are currently wrapping a short run of club shows that will continue throughout the year. While press materials referred to their new song as a standalone release, Thursday will continue to work on more music, with plans to share songs as they are recorded.

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