Fucked Up to Release 10th Anniversary David Comes To Life Vinyl, Plus ‘The Truest Road’ Rarity
The lineup will play the record in its entirety on tour in 2022
Toronto punk band Fucked Up is celebrating their concept album David Comes To Life with a limited-edition two-LP reissue on lightbulb-yellow vinyl.
Out via Matador Records on Dec. 10, the collection will revisit a set of songs that splayed freely into unexpected instrumentation, psychedelic drift, and situationist philosophy.
The compilation David’s Town – a companion to David Comes to Life, previously available only on vinyl – has also been made available on streaming for the first time ever.
Pre-order of the special edition is available here.
Following the vinyl’s release, Fucked Up plan to tour both North American coasts and the UK in January 2022 performing the album in full. The current set of dates will kick off in Ottawa, Canada on Jan. 19, trek the east coast, and then end on Feb. 22 in Detroit.
See the complete list of tour dates below.
1.19.22 – Ottawa, ON @ Club Saw
1.20.22 – Montreal, QC @ Bar Le Ritz
1.21.22 – Boston, MA @ The Sinclair
1.22.22 – Brooklyn, NY @ Brooklyn Made
1.23.22 – Philadelphia, PA @ Underground Arts
1.24.22 – Washington, DC @ Union Stage
1.25.22 – Pittsburgh, PA @ Mr. Smalls
1.26.22 – Columbus, OH @ Ace of Cups
1.28.22 – Detroit, MI @ Shelter
1.29.22 – Toronto, ON @ Great Hall
In early May, Fucked Up released acts one through four of their Year of The Horse album. This collection of tracks consists of mostly energy-packed instrumental clips, all under two minutes long.
Start your journey through the album by listening to Act One below.
Check out the David Comes To Life limited-edition two-LP tracklist below.
1. Let Her Rest
2. Queen of Hearts
3. Under My Nose
4. The Other Shoe
5. Turn the Season
6. Running on Nothing
7. Remember My Name
8. A Slanted Tone
9. Serve Me Right
10. Truth I Know
11. Life in Paper
12. Ship of Fools
13. A Little Death
14. I Was There
15. Inside a Frame
16. The Recursive Girls
17. One More Night
18. Lights Go Up