I Was Totally Destroying It: My Internal Din

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Inspired by emotional turmoil, rebirth, and Stephen King’s “Dark Tower”, I Was Totally Destroying It return with a brand new album!

Immediately following the release of Preludes in April 2011, IWTDI migrated to Minneapolis, MN to record Vexations at the legendary Flowers Studio with producers Joshua Cain (from Motion City Soundtrack. Credits include: Metro Station, Sing It Loud) & Ed Ackerson (from Polara. Credits include The Jayhawks, The Replacements).

Vexations, is new territory for the group- a pseudo-concept album loosely based around Stephen King’s Dark Tower series. The band is calling it their best work to date, with lyricists Booker and Hirsh tapping King’s epic adventure for inspiration and context and using it to convey stories and emotions relative to their own lives. The music twists and turns in new directions as well- the band fully harnessing their moodier, gothic tendencies and even winking at unexpected inspirations such as Cocteau Twins and Brian Eno -but never abandoning their previous pop sensibilities.

Vexations is due out in about a week on Greyday Records, 8.21.12.


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“My Internal Din” (mp3)
from “Vexations”
(Greyday Records)

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