Portland, Oregon’s Ages And Ages have completed work on their sophomore effort, Divisionary. The album, which is a follow up to 2011’s Alright you Restless, hits stores on March 25th. “When we made this album, we wanted a word to describe how we felt and what we were going through as individuals and a band,” bandleader Tim Perry says, “so we made one up. ‘Divisionary’ signifies a group whose vision of ‘right’ is upsetting to the existing power structure. It includes a philosophical, spiritual, and physical ‘breaking off’ from the status quo. It also references the individual inner conflicts that arise as you struggle to make the right choices in life. Visionaries don’t always create conflict, but they challenge the establishment with new ideas and with the threat of change. Where there is change, there is usually resistance, controversy, division.” Download the title track to Divisionary and learn more about Ages And Ages at their Official Website, “Like” them on Facebook, and follow them on Twitter.
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