Free Mp3 Download of Maps & Atlases Song “Living Decorations”

Looking for Free Mp3 Download?  Check out Maps & Atlases song track Living Decorations.  Many know that Chicago-based Maps & Atlases will start up with some tour dates in the  UK next month — so to get in the mood, check out the  free download of their track ‘Living Decorations’ . This is the Breton Labs remix of the track which is an excellent cut of this track. The dates are below, beneath that is the best song you will hear today. Grab it, don’t be shy!  Maps & Atlases also have a free download being featured on RCRD LBL of a new demo of their song Pigeon. It’s killer go grab that while you can.

OCTOBER 08 – BRIGHTON The Hope

OCTOBER 09 – LEEDS Brudenell Social Club

OCTOBER 10 – GLASGOW Captains Rest

OCTOBER 11 – MANCHESTER Deaf Institute

OCTOBER 12 – LONDON Cargo

OCTOBER 22 – LIVERPOOL O2 Academy 2

OCTOBER 23 – DUBLIN Whelans

The four members of Maps & Atlases are Dave Davison / guitar and vocals, Erin Elders /guitar, Shiraz Dada / Bass, and Chris Hainey / … (more) drums all met in 2004, while attending art school in Chicago. The bands unique style melds the technicality of progressive music and the idiosyncrasies of Art Rock into a fascinating and oddly accessible sound all their own.  They gained a sizable local following through playing many shows around nearby Midwest states, as well as many underground basement shows in Chicago with similarly minded acts like Russian Circles, Matt & Kim, Karma with a K, and Rahim. Much attention was attributed to each member’s dynamic playing styles, notably Hainey’s impressively athletic drumming.   The group was also featured in a Pabst Blue Ribbon advertisement in The Onion

Known for their virtuosic musical ability, Maps & Atlases write pop songs with a magnificent aptitude for texture and a distinctive blend of both the intricate and organic. While 2007’s Tree, Swallows, Houses showcases the bands more technical side, their offering You And Me And The Mountain, presents more earthly and digestible songs that has earned comparisons to TV On The Radio, Deerhoof, CAN, and even Prince.

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