Dinosaur Jr. Visit the “Farm”

Dinosaur Jr. in 1987

After resurfacing with 2007’s Beyond, Dinosaur Jr. proves to be far from extinct with a summer release of its next album, Farm. The reunited indie rock trio’s 12-song LP is set to be released June 23 under new label Jagjaguwar, and once again features the original lineup of guitarist J. Mascis, bassist Lou Barlow, and drummer Murph.

Dinosaur Jr. in 1987

After resurfacing with 2007’s Beyond, Dinosaur Jr. proves to be far from extinct with a summer release of its next album, Farm.

The reunited indie rock trio’s 12-song LP is set to be released June 23 under new label Jagjaguwar, and once again features the original lineup of guitarist J. Mascis, bassist Lou Barlow, and drummer Murph.

The album promises “long songs, big guitar, and a few quiet moments,” Pitchfork.com reports. You can sneak a peek of Farm through Pitchfork TV’s studio recording of new song “I Don’t Wanna Go There.”

Dinosaur Jr. will board the tour bus for its first stop April 1st in Milford, Connecticut.

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