Boogarins have come a long way from recording music as teenagers in their parents’ gardens. Today, the New York Times posted a stream of their new album, Manual, singing praises for the music’s “hazy guitars, cyclical riffs and murmured vocals”. Manual features eleven tracks of psychedelic-rock, heavily influenced by the band’s upbringing in Goiânia, Brazil. The album will be released by Other Music Recording Co. on October 30. This is their second album to released by the label, known for their wide variety of artists, including Tall Tales and the Silver Lining, Monika, and Wyatt Cenac.
Boogarins will be supporting the album during their European tour beginning at the end of October. The full list of tour dates along with ticket information can be viewed here.