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The Montclair, New Jersey indie rockers Pinegrove have released a plaintive new single called “Intrepid” following their live album Elsewhere. Known for being very charitable folks, Pinegrove is donating the proceeds from Elsewhere went towards the Southern Poverty Law Center.

“Intrepid” is a soothing new track highlighting soft acoustic strumming and textbook rock percussion that turns into a congenial mix of harsher electric guitar and heavier bass. Lyrically, “Intrepid” is riddled with apprehension and hesitation about diving into a new relationship and all the questions that come along with this process. It is very down to earth and relatable while still maintaining a high-level sound that slightly resembles expansive artists like Grizzly Bear.

Pinegrove is embarking on a lengthy North America and Europe tour at the end of November, which brings it to Union Transfer on December 10th; details on the show can be found the XPN Concert Calendar. In North America, they will be joined by Saintseneca and Adult Mom. In Europe they will be accompanied by Phoebe Bridgers. Check out the dates and listen to Pinegrove’s new single below.

11-25 Cleveland, OH – Snowed In at The Agora $%
11-26 Chicago, IL – Thalia Hall $%
11-27 St. Louis, MO – Blueberry Hill $%
11-28 Nashville, TN – The Basement East $%
11-29 Atlanta, GA – The Masquerade: Hell $%
12-01 Orlando, FL – Backbooth $%
12-02 Columbia, SC – New Brookland Tavern $%
12-03 Richmond, VA – The Broadberry $%
12-05 Washington, DC – The Black Cat $%
12-06-07 New York, NY – Irving Plaza $%
12-08 Boston, MA – Royale $%
12-09 Hamden, CT – Ballroom at The Outer Space $%
12-10 Philadelphia, PA – Union Transfer $%
12-29 Sayreville, NJ – Starland Ballroom
03-07 Bristol, England – The Trinity Centre ^
03-08 London, England – O2 Shepherds Bush Empire ^
03-09 Glasgow, Scotland – St Luke’s ^
03-10 Liverpool, England – Arts Club ^
03-11 Brighton, England – Concorde 2 ^
03-13 Amsterdam, Netherlands – Paradiso Noord ^
03-14 Brussels, Belgium – Orangerie ^
03-15 Paris, France – The Olympic Cafe ^
03-16 Cologne, Germany – Artheater ^
03-17 Luzern, Switzerland – Südpol ^
03-19 Berlin, Germany – Musik & Frieden ^
03-20 Hamburg, Germany – Knust ^
03-21 Copenhagen, Denmark – Loppen ^
03-22 Stockholm, Sweden – Obaren ^
03-23 Oslo, Norway – John Dee ^
03-28 Sydney, Australia – Oxford Art Factory
03-30 Melbourne, Australia – Corner Hotel

$ with Saintseneca
% with Adult Mom
^ with Phoebe Bridgers

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