Thrice Release Re-Recorded Version Of “The Artist In The Ambulance”, Announce 20th Anniversary North American Tour

Thrice have released a re-recorded version of “The Artist In The Ambulance.“ The effort, which is titled “The Artist In The Ambulance: Revisited,” is currently available in digital outlets and can also be pre-ordered on vinyl.

“The Artist In The Ambulance: Revisited” Track Listing:

01. “Cold Cash And Colder Hearts”
02. “Under A Killing Moon” (feat. Sam Carter of Architects)
03. “All That’s Left”
04. “Silhouette”
05. “Stare At The Sun” (feat. Andy Hull of Manchester Orchestra)
06. “Paper Tigers” (feat. Ryan Osterman of Holy Fawn)
07. “Hoods On Peregrine” (feat. Brian McTernan of Be Well)
08. “The Melting Point Of Wax”
09. “Blood Clots And Black Holes” (feat. Hot Water Music)
10. “The Artist In The Ambulance”
11. “The Abolition Of Man” (feat. Mike Minnick of Curl Up And Die)
12. “Don’t Tell And We Won’t Ask”

Vocalist/guitarist Dustin Kensrue commented:

“The question has to be asked: Why would we re-record a 20 year old album, let alone one that is widely beloved and arguably our most well-known. I think the core of the answer is that it simply sounded fun and we were curious.

We know that playing the revisionist is a dangerous game, so we were always a little uneasy about trying to go back and mess with something that people loved, people who had none of the hangups about the record that we did. But, since we decided to do this anyway, we tried to let that wariness guide us in how we approached the record, and in the end we decided to make very minimal structural changes.

At the end of the day, what we wanted the record to sound like for fans is that somehow one of their old favorite records got a new lease on life, but that it hadn’t lost its soul or turned into something else. We hope you enjoy revisiting ‘The Artist In the Ambulance.’”

In other news, the band are also planning to celebrate the 20th anniversary of “The Artist In the Ambulance” on a North American tour with Holy Fawn. Kensrue added the following about that:

“’The Artist In The Ambulance’ has played such a huge part in the history of the band. These songs have stood the test of time better than we could have known when we wrote them. But they’ve also subtly shifted and grown with us as we’ve played them at shows over the last 20 years, which is why it was so much fun to revisit them in the studio, and also why we are so excited to play the whole record live, especially for the first time in its entirety.”

Tour Dates:

05/18 San Diego, CA – The Observatory North Park
05/20 Tempe, AZ – Marquee Theatre
05/22 Dallas, TX – The Echo Lounge & Music Hall
05/23 Austin, TX – Emo’s Austin
05/25 Orlando, FL – House Of Blues
05/26 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade – Heaven
05/27 Carrboro, NC – Cat’s Cradle
05/28 Baltimore, MD – Rams Head Live!
05/30 Philadelphia, PA – Theatre of The Living Arts
06/01 New York, NY – Brooklyn Steel
06/02 Boston, MA – House Of Blues
06/03 Montreal, QC – Corona Theatre
06/04 Toronto, ON – Phoenix Concert Theatre
06/05 Buffalo, NY – Town Ballroom
06/07 Cleveland, OH – House Of Blues
06/08 Detroit, MI – Crofoot Ballroom
06/09 Chicago, IL – House Of Blues
06/10 St. Louis, MO – Red Flag
06/12 Denver, CO – Summit
06/13 Salt Lake City, UT – Union Event Center
06/15 Seattle, WA – The Showbox
06/17 Portland, OR – Roseland Theater
06/19 San Francisco, CA – Regency Ballroom
06/21 Los Angeles, CA – The Wiltern
06/23 Anaheim, CA – House Of Blues

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