Dead Leaves and PINE Announce New Split 7″

dead leaves and pineDead Leaves and PINE announced that on November 6th, they will be releasing a brand new split via Take This To heart Records.

Cleveland’s Dead Leaves recently released their self-titled EP this summer and Ontario’s PINE released their debut EP, you bury meearlier this year. The two bands teamed up to put together a split that explores emotional retellings of vulnerability, love, and death.

“I started writing ‘Recycled Air’ in February and kind of set it aside until my Dad passed away”, reveals Dead Leavesvocalist/guitarist Elliot Blair. “I picked the song back up and finished it out of anger, frustration and sadness.” 

On November 6th Take This To Heart Records will release the split between Dead Leaves & PINE on 7”/Digital. In support of the record they will be on the road together across Canada and the USA this November. You can pre-order the split HERE and view the split’s artwork and track listing below:

dead leaves:pine split

Track Listing:

1. Dead Leaves- “I’m Sorry Darling”
2. PINE – “Waste”
3. Dead Leaves – “Recycled Air”
4. PINE – “Lopri”

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2 thoughts on “Dead Leaves and PINE Announce New Split 7″

  1. […] with to stream their new song, “I’m Sorry, Darling,” from their upcoming split with Canadian band PINE. The split drops on November 6th via Take This To Heart Records. You can […]

  2. […] just released their new song, “Waste,” from their upcoming split with Dead Leaves. The song premiered on New Noise Magazine, and is part of the split that will be out on […]

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