DEVO set Santigold-produced album release date

'Something For Everybody' is out next month

DEVO set Santigold-produced album release date
DEVO announced the release date for their first album in 20 years, which has been produced by musicians including Santigold.

The album, 'Something For Everybody', will be released on June 14. It will be the band's first studio album since 1990's 'Smooth Noodle Maps'.

'Something For Everyone' also features production from Lily Allen/Little Boots producer and The Bird & The Bee member Greg Kurstin, Santigold's former Stiffed bandmate John Hill and John King of the Dust Brothers and the Teddybears.

Officially launched with a live performance in Vancouver at the Winter Olympics last February, the album features the classic DEVO line-up of Mark and Bob Mothersbaugh and Gerald and Bob Casale. They were joined by drummer Josh Freese (Nine Inch Nails, Guns N' Roses).

"The world is in sync with DEVO," said Gerald Casale. "We’re not the guys who freak people out and scare them - we’re like the house band on the Titanic, entertaining everybody as we go down."


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