Mudhoney announce new record, Plastic Eternity, coming this Spring

Plastic Eternity will be their 11th studio album, and the band are also set to embark on a tour following its release.


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Mudhoney are set to release their 11th studio album, titled Plastic Eternity, this Spring which will be shortly followed by a tour.

The album will arrive on 7 April 2023 via the Sub Pop record label, and the quartet will perform several headline shows on a tour of Australia to accompany its release, which will kick off on the 14 April.

The band said in a statement (via Consequence) that their songwriting process shifted as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic and the speedy recording sessions which followed. As opposed to “standing in a room and looking at each other and playing,” vocalist and guitarist Mark Arm stated that the band now “had the time and space to think about things as we were doing them, and to make a kind of course correction — to use a fucking terrible cliche.”

The record’s first single, Almost Everything has been released to accompany the announcement. Arm said that the lead single was originally known as Gopal, adding: “It had been sitting in the recording device at our practice space for years and we avoided erasing it because we always loved its swinging Escalator groove.”

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See the full list of tour dates and find out more at mudhoneyonline.com

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