Photo of Head North by Eli Ritter

Buffalo band Head North have just announced their debut full-length, The Last Living Man Alive Ever In The History Of The World, set to be released on June 2nd.

After a few weeks of cryptic posts, email lists, and 1.5 years of patiently waiting, Head North has officially announced that their debut LP is coming out in just two short weeks with their first single streaming on Monday, May 22nd on PureVolume.com. This will be the band’s first release since their October 2015 split with Microwave.

For quite awhile, we were all beginning to question if Head North broke up. They released “God (Bring It Back)” in July of 2016 saying, ‘New album coming this summer,’ so when the summer was more than over, we were all left to wonder what was happening behind the scenes. Drummer Ben Lieber released music under the name ‘Marigold,’ and vocalist/guitarist Brent Martone started a 1 song/week 2017 solo project, but little did we know there was still a Head North album on its way. The band played some shows on the East Coast which was the first real indicator that they weren’t done yet, and then they began posting photos of a flyer with the album name printed on it, before officially announcing details on the release. We’re so glad to have them back in action, and eager to hear what they have to offer on The Last Living Man Alive Ever In The History Of The World.

Check out handmade vinyl pre-orders for the album here.

Check out Head North’s tour dates for their summer run with Gates and Vasudeva here.

Find info and RSVP to their Buffalo, NY release party here.

Head North: Twitter | Facebook | website | Bandcamp | iTunes | Spotify

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Written by Cassie Wilson
Cassie Wilson is the founder of Sick Snaps, and an avid writer. Her favorite artists are constantly changing, but typically include: A Will Away, Knuckle Puck, The Maine, Homesafe, Glacier Veins, Lorde, and Julien Baker. Aside from Sick Snaps, Cassie is also the founder of Half Access, an organization advocating for increased accessibility at concert venues.