Grandaddy Share Delicate New Single ‘A Lost Machine’, Tour Dates

New LP Last Place out on March 3 via 30th Century Records.

‘A Lost Machine’ is aptly titled. The song kind of sounds like the kind of song a machine would make if it was feeling a bit out of sorts and wayward. Vangelis synths, and Twin Peaks like eerieness surge alongside simple piano chords and frontman Jason Lytle’s distinctively falsetto. A video, consisting of a lot of snow (the analog TV kind) and scenic shots, has also been released. It’s dichotomous presentation of the natural and unnatural is a perfect complement to the track itself.

“‘A Lost Machine’ has a special place on the new Grandaddy album,” says Lytle, “Every now and then I luck out and get a pretty good idea of what a song wants to be before I dig in and start working on it. This was one of those songs. I had all kinds imagery and feelings in mind to guide me through the tracking and producing process. When this song started taking shape, it was the point where I knew I was working on a new Grandaddy album.”

Check out the video for ‘A Lost Machine’ below:


2/28/17 – New York, NY @ Le Poisson Rouge
3/26/17 – Newcastle, UK @ Hoults Yard
3/27/17 – Leeds, UK @ Irish Centre
3/28/17 – Manchester, UK @ Albert Hall
3/29/17 – Nottingham, UK @ Rock City
3/31/17 – Bristol, UK @ Colston Hall
4/1/17 – Brighton, UK @ Concorde 2
4/3/17 – London, UK @ Roundhouse
4/5/17 – Brussel, Belgium @ AB Hall
5/31/17-6/4/17 – Barcelona, Spain @ Primavera Sound

If you like this Grandaddy tracks, you might enjoy two other new songs from the band

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