DENGUE FEVER (www.denguefevermusic.com), whose music is an exotic blend of Cambodian rock, Afro grooves, surf, garage and psychedelic music announced today they will releasing In The Ley Lines, a ‘lost’ album that has never been widely available previously. It will be released March 25 outside North America and March 26 in the United States and Canada to all digital retailers.
In The Ley Lines was recorded in 2009 at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios for the subscription service Bowers & Wilkins Society of Sound. It features five alternate arrangements/versions of previously released Dengue Fever songs as well as five songs recorded live for a private concert. Track listing includes:
*Tiger Phone Card
*Today I Learnt To Drink
*Hold My Hips
*New Years Eve
*One Thousand Tears of a Tarantula
Aside from launching their own record label in November, TUK TUK Records (http://denguefevermusic.com/
tuktuk.cfm), Dengue Fever has been busy of late playing live shows and working with varied and new partners. Recently the band recorded music for the upcoming documentary Girl Rising (http://10x10act.org/girl- rising/) and are taking part in TOMS Shoes and Eyewear Giving Campaign in Cambodia (http://www.youtube.com/watch? v=Hb7P7b4FYQo). They are currently in the studio recording new material.
Upcoming live shows include:
3/16 @ The Casbah, San Diego, CA
3/23 @ Rickshaw Stop, San Francisco, CA (Directions in Sound presented by The Center for Asian American Media)
4/13 @ Le Poisson Rouge, New York, NY (Season of Cambodia)