CHECK OUT WINTER GLOVES’ ‘PARTY PEOPLE’ VIDEO HERE
Montreal’s Winter Gloves are set to release A Way To Celebrate, a new digital-only complement to their debut album, about a girl, which will be available from iTunes on October 6th at a special low price. A Way To Celebrate is a reworking of the band’s debut LP, about a girl, which included the song, “Invisible,” ranked #17 as one of Esquire’s “Top 50 Songs Every Man Should Be Listening To,” and caused SPIN.com to call them a “hot Montreal band…wistful keyboard kitsch should please fans of Ra Ra Riot’s tightly woven pop songs or Wolf Parade’s more ambitious rambles.” The digital release is a collection of remixes, live versions, experiments with arrangements and everything that made sense in between, including a recording in a local train station in the band’s hometown. Winter Gloves are also releasing their video for ‘Party People’, directed by Marie-Eve Lapointe and assisted by Vincent Chalifour, in support of their forthcoming tour.
Winter Gloves has spent the past year taking about a girl on the road across Canada and the US, touring alongside the likes of You Say Party! We Say Die! and Thunderheist, with a solid sprinkling of summer festivals thrown in for good measure. The shape-shifting that happens when you bring a song on the road is an evolution that the band wanted to document; A Way To Celebrate is an archive of this time on the road as much as it is a thanks to the band’s new fans who have supported the original debut album.
Catch Winter Gloves live as they head out on tour throughout Canada and the US with Thunderheist for the chance to buy a copy of a limited physical pressing that will only be made available at the band’s shows!
WINTER GLOVES ON TOUR:
November 13 – Los Angeles, CA at The Echo w/ Thunderheist
November 14 – San Francisco, CA at 330 Ritch w/ Thunderheist
November 17 – Portland, OR at Rotture w/ Thunderheist
November 18 – Bellingham, WA at The Wild Buffalo w/ Thunderheist
November 19 – Seattle, WA at Chop Suey w/ Thunderheist
November 20 – Vancouver, BC at Biltmore w/ Thunderheist
November 21 – Victoria, BC at Sugar w/ Thunderheist
November 24 – Edmonton, AB at The ARTery
November 25 – Calgary, AB at Broken City
November 27 – Winnipeg, MB at Lo Pub