New music from Pickwick coming very soon

They are finally going to do it. Pickwick is releasing an album. Wait… what? Two albums?!

Seattle band Pickwick announced today the release of their long awaited full length album Can’t Talk Medicine. It will be released on March 12. They also announced today that the band will release their three track Covers EP tomorrow on iTunes.

I will be getting out of bed in the morning and going right to my computer to get the Covers EP so I have something to hold me over till March.

If you can’t wait till tomorrow morning then you can go to www.pickwickmusic.com right now and download ‘Lady Luck’ featuring Sharon Van Etten right now for free. It’s worth a few clicks. I’m listening to it on loop while I write this.

Below is the track list for Can’t Talk Medicine and the trailer the band used in their announcement today.

1. Halls of Columbia

2. The Round

3. Hacienda Motel

4. Well, Well

5. Myths

6. Brother Roland

7. Letterbox

8. The Shadow

9. Lady Luck (feat. Sharon Van Etten)

10. Can’t Talk Medicine

11. Staged Names

12. Window Sill

13. Santa Rosa

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