The Thrills announce US release of ‘Teenager’

Third album comes out Stateside in October

The Thrills are gearing up for the release of their third album ‘Teenager’, set for release on October 23.

The album is the follow-up to 2004’s ‘Let’s Bottle Bohemia’, and was recorded at The Warehouse in Vancouver, Canada with producer Tony Hoffer, who worked with the band on their debut ‘So Much For The City’.

“We were definitely striving for a new standard,” says frontman Conor Deasy. “It is a record about adolescence, but it’s also a record about leaving it behind.”


According to guitarist/bassist Padraic McMahon the record is “not nostalgic or unduly sentimental. It’s looking back and realizing how you’ve moved on.”

The track listing is:

‘The Midnight Choir’

‘This Year’

‘Nothing Changes Around Here’



‘I Came All This Way’

‘Long Forgotten Song’

‘I’m So Sorry’

‘No More Empty Words’


’Should’ve Known Better’

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