Record Release date!

Today we release our new 7-inch single! The record features two brand-new Wormburner songs with an A-side titled “Today Might Be Our Day”. The B-side exclusive (titled “Parliaments on Sundays”) boasts a guest-appearance by Luna’s inimitable Sean Eden on guitar. You can preview and order the record right here. The first 100 pressings will be on limited-edition purple vinyl. Each vinyl copy comes with a free download code. Or if vinyl isn’t your thing, you can purchase the songs a la carte in the iTunes Music Store.

Many thanks to North Carolina-based Negative Fun Records for making this happen. Our third full-length record is in the pipeline.

Opening for Old 97s at Brooklyn Bowl

BIG NEWS! On Friday June 28th, we will open for Texas power-pop legends Old 97s at Brooklyn Bowl. This will be a record-release show for us, with advance copies of our new 7″ single available in limited quantity. You can preview the record here.

Doors open at 6:00PM and showtime is at 8:00PM SHARP. Wormburner is the lone opening band. Old 97s hit right after us. Advance tickets are only $15. Get ‘em while you can!

Mid-Atlantic Tour Dates and 7″ single

In July, we will play some mid-Atlantic dates in support of our new 7-inch single. Check out the right side of this page for more details.

The 7-inch single features two brand-new Wormburner songs. The official release-date will be July 16th via North Carolina-based label Negative Fun Records. But right now, you can preview and pre-order the record right here.

WE’RE IN THE STUDIO – STAY TUNED

We’ve been in the studio working on songs for our third LP. Stay tuned for news about the release of an advance-single and related tour dates.

With Gordon Gano of The Violent Femmes

Last night at a sold-out Mercury Lounge, Wormburner was joined onstage by Gordon Gano of The Violent Femmes. We performed Gordon’s original Christmas song “Merry Christmas, Brother”. Here’s some great video footage. A concert-goer also captured video of Wormburner’s own original Christmas song The Bells of St. Ignatius. Thanks everyone for a fantastic 2012! We’ll have a new record out in 2013.