Maybe you’ve noticed that one our featured albums for the last week has been Don’t Mean, the newest release from the Portland Dirigimus Cooperative noise-onslaught of Zach and Max Hansen, alongside Ian Gierhan and Sam Landry — better known as the four piece Mouth Washington.
Don’t Mean is everything you’ve come to expect from the band (and that’s still a great thing), and you’ll be able to hear live cuts from the new album tomorrow night at their album release show at SPACE, starting at 8 p.m.
Supporting Mouth Washington’s album release show tomorrow will be Portland’s Haru Bangs, Cheerwine, and the wall-of-fuzz of Sterling Black.
Tomorrow night’s show at SPACE also kicks off Mouth Washington’s March tour, supporting Don’t Mean — taking the four piece to far-and-distant lands such as Atlantic City in New Jersey. Dates for the March tour are:
- Friday, March 20: Portland, ME / SPACE Gallery, w/Haru Bangs, Cheerwine, Sterling Black
- Saturday, March 21: Sabattus, ME / House Show w/Favorite People Day
- Sunday, March 22: Pourtsmouth, NH / Red Bood, w/ Born Under a Bad Sign (special Refused tribute set) & Battery Steele
- Monday, March 23: Amherst, MA / UMass, w/ Jacob Augustine, Derive & Synthesia
- Tuesday, March 24: Hadley, MA / Asbestos Farm, w/Wydyde
- Friday March 26: Poughsie, NY / The Pizza Show, w/Bedrock Division, Mayfair
- Saturday, March 27: Bethleham, PA / Seergevich, Ghost Dads and Lvlr Still
- Sunday, March 28: Atlantic City, NJ / Billing TBA — But let’s all hope for a back-to-front set of Bruce’s Nebraska (or The River — if you want to get ambitious)
Don’t Mean is available right now on the Mouth Washington Bandcamp for $6 — and while you’re there. feel free to oggle their new shirt designed by HillyTown and Portland favorite, Kris Johnsen.