July 23, 2017

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NEW ALBUM FOR A Tribe Called Red: We Are The Halluci Nation

NEW ALBUM FOR A Tribe Called Red: We Are The Halluci Nation

Hi everybody!

We hope you’re doing well! There has been some chatter here and there online, but we are now really excited to let you know that WE ARE RELEASING A NEW ALBUM! We have built it like a novel or a collection of short stories and have invited a collection of friends to be part of it.  Have a look at the tracklist HERE. It is titled “We Are The Halluci Nation”, and will be released on September 16th!

You can already download and listen to the first song off the album that features Northern Voice and an inspiring poem that John Trudell wrote for us last year before his passing. We are so very grateful to him for giving us a direction for this album that has been two years in the making. When you pre-order the album, you will receive that song instantly. We have also made a lyric video for this song that you can watch alongside an interview that we recently did with Mic.com.

In case you missed it, we’ve also released the mini-documentary titled, “The Manawan Session” which documents us traveling to the community of Manawan, Quebec, to work with the Black Bear drum group. If you’re interested in seeing behind-the-scenes footage and getting to know us better, you should check it out here: http://bit.ly/22w7iKS

You can also check out our web store and purchase our merchandise at http://bit.ly/29jCqup. Please take photos of you with your new merch and tag us on our social media channels. Your picture may even wind up on our feed!

Miigwetch,

A Tribe Called Red

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