Love as Laughter Is Issac Brock’s Baby
March 11, 2008, 12:48 pm
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Brooklyn band Love as Laughter is putting out their next album Holy on Brock’s label Glacial Pace Recordings. Also Brock himself will plays guitar on “Paul Revere” and “All Parts of Me” on the album.

Pitchfork writes:

“Brooklyn five-piece Love as Laughter will soon bring to fruition their partnership with pal and Modest Mouse frontman Isaac Brock’s Glacial Pace Recordings. The band’s fifth album and first for their new label is called Holy, and Glacial Pace will release it in June.

Holy features guest contributions from TK Webb, Robin Peringer (ex-Band of Horses, Modest Mouse), Tommy Mandel (who has played piano with the Clash, Dire Straits, and Bryan Adams), and Brock himself, who plays guitar on “Paul Revere” and “All Parts of Me”.

Of his own involvement with Holy, Brock said, “I’m so happy with this record. It makes me feel great in the way I always imagined running a label and helping put out badass music would feel. I really am proud to have had anything to do with this.”

Love as Laughter have one date scheduled right now– a set at former label Sub Pop’s SXSW showcase on Friday, March 14 at Bourbon Rocks.

In other Glacial Pace news, the label’s first signing, singer/songwriter Mason Jennings, has left the imprint for Jack Johnson’s Brushfire Records.


01 Holy
02 Crosseyed Beautiful Youngunz
03 Paul Revere
04 Baby Shambles
05 Konnie and Jim
06 All Parts of Me
07 Cleaning Man
08 Don’t Worry Baby
09 Peace
10 Coconut Flakes
11 Bonnie and Clyde”


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