On April 23, Hollywood Forever Cemetery will be host to Taking Care 6: Visual Interpretations, an installation set up on the cemetery grounds consisting of works by six different visual artists, each created in response to one of the six songs on Explosions In The Sky’s forthcoming Take Care, Take Care, Take Care, out April 26 on Temporary Residence Ltd.
Tickets to Taking Care 6: Visual Interpretations are free with RSVP at www.ticketweb.com/hollywoodforever while supplies last. The event is Rain or Shine. Doors open at 8 p.m. and the cemetery closes at 11 p.m.
The tracks from Take Care, Take Care, Take Care and the artist interpreting each are as follows:
“Last Known Surroundings” Matthew Lessner
“Human Qualities” James Fields
“Trembling Hands” Matt Amato
“Be Comfortable, Creature” Jesse Fleming
“Postcard from 1952” Chris Lipomi
“Let Me Back In” Alexis Disselkoen
Recorded at Sonic Ranch in El Paso TX by John Congleton and produced by the band, Take Care, Take Care, Take Care will be Explosions In The Sky’s fifth album and first since 2007’s All Of A Sudden I Miss Everyone. The record was mixed by Congleton at Austin TX’s Public Hi Fi studio and features artwork by longtime visual collaborator Esteban Rey. The rare Hollywood Forever appearance is the latest date to sell out in a tour that begins April 1 at the Lyric in Oxford MS and features Explosions In The Sky’s biggest headline engagement to date, April 6 at New York City’s famed Radio City Music Hall as well as numerous worldwide headline and festival dates, as well as a recently added pair of shows supporting Arcade Fire in Austin and Houston.
Pre-orders for Take Care, Take Care, Take Care are now being accepted at www.explosionsinthesky.com andhttp://temporaryresidence.com/descriptions/trr199.php. The album’s first single, “Trembling Hands,” can also be previewed in its entirety at Pitchfork, and downloaded for free at www.explosionsinthesky.com.