LA duo Drab Majesty have just announced their new album, Moden Mirror, is set to be released on July 12th via Dais Record. From it, the band have shared a second single, Long Division, and have also announced a string of UK dates as part of their European Tour that takes in Birmingham, Nottingham and Glasgow.

Speaking on new single, the duo’s Deb Demure comments: “Long Division points to an elusive impasse one may face in a personal relationship; a fundamental difference whether it be culturally, physically, or emotionally, that reaches a tipping point where both people involved have ultimately lost sight of their own identities through the futile act of trying to accommodate one another. It’s about a crafted dissonance in an attempt to harmonize.”

The echoey guitars that open the track hint at something that has a touch of the 80s underbelly about it, and certainly the part Cocteau Twins, part My Bloody Valentine opening lends weight, but it changes direction and becomes more synth-heavy in its verse. By the time the chorus hits though, it’s emotional weight combined with these spewing guitar riffs make it an absolute winner.

Check it out, here

The bands European tour dates are as follows:

Drab Majesty European tour dates:
May 28 – Istanbul, TR – Zorlu PSM
June 01- Barcelona, ES – Primavera Sound
June 02 – Dublin, IE – Workman’s Club
June 06 – Birmingham, UK – The Flapper
June 07 – Nottingham, UK – Rock City (Beta) *
June 08 – Glasgow, UK – Audio *
June 09 – Guastalla, IT – Handmade Festival
June 11 – Roma, IT – Wishlist Club
June 12 – Pomigliano D’Arco, IT – Floor Club
June 14 – Mosfellsbær, IS – Oration Festival
Sept 18 – London, UK – Dingwalls
Sept 19 – Manchester, UK – Soup Kitchen
Sept 21 – Leeds, UK – Wharf Chambers
Sept 22 – Cardiff, UK – Clwb Ifor Bach

Sept 24 – Paris, FR – Petit Bain
Sept 25 – Lille, FR – L’Aeronef
Sept 26 – Nijmegen, NL – Merleyn
Sept 27 – Antwerp, BE – Het Bos
Sept 28 – Utrecht, NL – DB´s
Sept 30 – Köln, DE – Bumann & Sohn
Oct 01 – Wiesbaden, DE – Schlachthof
Oct 02 – München, DE – Ampere
Oct 03 – Leipzig, DE – Conne Island
Oct 04 – Hannover, DE – Bei Chez Heinz
Oct 05 – Berlin, DE – Bi Nuu
Oct 11 – Athens, GR – The Temple
Oct 15 – Hamburg, DE – Übel & Gefährlich
Oct 16 – Copenhagen, DK – Vega
Oct 17 – Gothenborg, SE – Musikens Hus
Oct 18 – Oslo, NO – BLA
Oct 19 – Stockholm, SE – Fristaden
Oct 20 – Malmo, SE – Plan B
Oct 22 – Poznan, PL – Pod Minogą
Oct 23 – Gdansk, PL – Drizzly Grizzly
Oct 24 – Warsaw, PL – Hydrozagadka
Oct 25 – Prague, CZ – Klub 007
Oct 26 – Bratislava, SK – Kulturák klub
Oct 28 – Budapest, HU – Dürer Kert
Oct 29 – Wien, AT – Arena
Oct 30 Lubijana, SL – Gromka
Oct 31 – Vicenza, IT – Vinilie
Nov 01 – Martigny, CH – Caves du Manoir
Nov 02 – Ravenna, IT – Bronson
* with She Past Away