RIYL: The Album Leaf, The Six Parts Seven, Tristeza

Label: Spartan Records

There was a really interesting period of post-rock in the early to mid 2000s when bands, influenced by a myriad of different genres, expanded their horizons beyond the guitar and tread into electronic realms.  Groups like The Album Leaf, Her Space Holiday and Oakland’s Tristeza took instrumental music to new heights, catapulting unlikely heroes like The Postal Service into stadiums.  Square Peg Round Hole brings that era into 2016.  If you were the guy turning your friends onto Telefon Tel Aviv or The Six Parts Seven a decade ago, your next album purchase sits before you.

Spartan Records has 3 variants for your perusal.  The most readily available one is pictured above, limited to 250.  There’s also a ‘brown & bronze swirl with bone haze’ limited to 150 and a beer colorway limited to just 100.  Check out Square Peg Round Hole’s first single below and grab your favorite variant before there ain’t no mo’.

The Details

First pressing limited to 500 copies:

• "Melodica" (Black in Clear with White and Bronze Splatter) (250)
• "Resonator" (Brown/Bronze Swirl with Bone Haze) (150)
• "Rhodes” (Beer) (100)

Full color gatefold jacket printed on reverseboard stock with black dust jackets.

This is a pre-order. All pre-orders include an instant download of the song "A-Frame" and a high-quality download of Juniper on March 25th.

Price $24.99

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