Hull talks ‘Nobody Sings Anymore’ on vinyl

News / February 24, 2014

Courtesy of a really nice interview over at On Record, Andy Hull and Manchester Orchestra have reportedly been considering a physical, vinyl release of Nobody Sings Anymore. The scrapped full length has been floating around for a while, but has never received a physical release previously.

You can see the segment talking about vinyl, below:

It was scrapped to begin with but would you ever consider a physical release of ‘Nobody Sings Anymore’?

Yeah absolutely, we almost did it last year but we just had so much stuff going on with Bad Books and we were just starting to write Cope. We have all the stuff ready to do it, it’s going to be on a really cool vinyl, we’re going to do a really big release though eventually. We’ll definitely officially put it out, why not?

They also spoke about a possible 7″ split with The Front Bottoms (which we initially reported on in September of 2013). You can see that segment below.

A split single with The Front Bottoms has been hinted at, is that still something you’re still looking at putting out?

Yeah, we definitely have an idea to do a lot of split 7″ with a lot of different bands. Like the Frightened Rabbit one, we did one with Grouplove and Thrice. We want to continue to do that with outside of the box bands, not that The Front Bottoms are outside of the box but we’re not exactly the same genre. We basically just have to figure out what it is, we thought about doing it for our tour together but we didn’t want to put out something that was not excellent so we’re going to spend a lot more time on it.

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Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.

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