Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros announce ‘Live In No Particular Order: 2009-2014’ for Oct 9th

Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros will release their debut live album Live In No Particular Order: 2009-2014 on October 9th via Community Music. The collection includes cuts taken from the band’s shows, festivals, and studio sessions.

The album spans six years of the band’s career, which includes classics such as “Home”, “Janglin”, and “Up From Below”, as well as fan favorites “Truth” and “Bad Bad Love” from singer Alex Ebert’s 2011 solo record Alexander.

“To our amazement, it’s been seven years since our first show,” Ebert says. “We’ve grown up in that time. Beauty and heartache and joy stretched over that time. Our wills were tested and maybe even bested in that time. But mostly what a triumph that time has been…

“We smiled ‘so much my face hurts’, as you’ll hear. We stressed plenty too, frowned and pained, but mostly we were doubled over laughing or riding our bicycles – and danced – we did a lot of dancing. And we played.

“We went from friends to family in that time. We became (and I hold this word as near-sacred) a Band in that time. And here is an album that spans that time.

“20 songs from that seven year frame, as tips of the hat to that time we shared with you – our of appreciators, our co-conspirators, our people.”

All proceeds from the album go to the band’s not-for-profit 501(c)3 Big Sun Foundation, which is dedicated to facilitating more sustainable and communal living throughout the world.

Pre-order is now available on iTunes and their official online store. iTunes pre-order will include instant downloads of “Better Days” & “If I Were Free” (Daytrotter). For those who pre-order from their online store, the band will randomly select five fans to win a signed copy of their 3 LP gatefold vinyl which is also available through Amazon.

The band is putting final touches on their fourth LP due out in early 2016 on Community Music. It will be their first completely independent release.

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Track Listing:

1. Better Days @ Brixton Academy | London, UK | February 11, 2014
2. 40 Day Dream @ NPR Music’s Tiny Desk Concert | Washington, DC | October 2009
3. If I Were Free @ GOTR Daytrotter Session | Troy, OH | August 30, 2013
4. Janglin @ Floydfest | Floyd, VA | July 27, 2013
5. Up From Below @ Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico | March 20, 2011
6. Brother @ Gurtenfestival| Bern, Switzerland | July 12, 2012
7. Please @ Longwood Gardens | Kennet Square, PA | August 28, 2013
8. Mother @ The Box | New York, NY | July 25, 2013
9. Home @ Floydfest | Floyd, VA | July 27, 2013
10. Mayla @ Babcock Theater | Billings, MT | May 28, 2013
11. They Were Wrong @ ?? | Summer 2013
12. This Life @ ????? | Summer 2013
13. Black Water @ ?? | Spring/Summer 2013
14. I Don’t Wanna Pray @ Brixton Academy | London, UK | February 11, 2014
15. Truth @ Big Top | Los Angeles, CA | October 19, 2013
16. If I Were Free @ Floydfest | Floyd, VA | July 27, 2013
17. Fog On The Tyne @ Sirius XM Studios | New York, NY | August 08, 2012
18. Bad Bad Love @ WXPN’s World Cafe | Philadelphia, PA | June 01, 2011
19. Life Is Hard @ O2 Shepherd’s Bush Empire | London, UK | February 12, 2014
20. All Wash Out @ KCRW’s Apogee Sessions | Los Angeles, CA | April 05, 2012
21. All Together

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