Andrew Bird announces new album Are You Serious featuring Fiona Apple, shares “Capsized”

Andrew Bird has announced his latest album, Are You Serious. This is the follow-up to his experimental album last year, Echolocations: Canyon and it will arrive April 1 via Loma Vista. It features “Capsized,” a new track he debuted on “Conan” last night and collaborations withFiona Apple and Blake Mills. Listen to the studio recorded song and the tracklisting below.

The Deluxe edition of the album will include “Shoulder Mountain” and “Pulaski,” two tracks that will not appear on the standard version. (They will be packaged in an album bundle as a separate 7″.) Bird is selling a deluxe box set containing the LP, 7″, and the exclusive Are We Not Burning? The Devolution of Capsized 10″ as well which will feature four unheard tracks (and a “Sound City version” of “Capsized”). The box set will include a 64-page book with artwork for each song on the album.

This morning, Bird spoke about the album with NPR on “All Songs Considered.” Check out his interview here.

Bird has been scoring “Baskets,” Zach Galifanakis’ new FX show about an aspiring clown.

Are You Serious:

01 Capsized
02 Roma Fade
03 Truth Lies Low
04 Puma
05 Chemical Switches
06 Left Handed Kisses
07 Are You Serious
08 Saints Preservus
09 The New Saint Jude
10 Valleys Of The Young
11 Bellevue
12 Shoulder Mountain *
13 Pulaski *

* deluxe edition only

Are We Not Burning? The Devolution of Capsized:

01 Trimmed and Burning
02 Venetian Bedmaker
03 Dying Beds
04 Jackson Bedmaker
05 Capsized – Sound City Version

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