Divine Providence is the fourth album by American indie-rock band Deer Tick. Produced by Cosmic Thug production duo Adam Landry and Justin Collins, the album was the first to feature the current lineup of the band and displayed a louder and faster sound than previous releases, with the band aiming to capture the raw and spontaneous kerosene blaze. Divine Providence was released on October 24, 2011 on Partisan Records in the US and April 2, 2012 on Loose Music in the UK and Europe.
Album Name Divine Providence. Erscheinungsdatum 24 Oktober 2011. Labels Partisan Records. Musik GenreIndie Rock. Mitglieder die dieses Album besitzen1. 3. Let's All Go to the Bar. 4. Clownin Around.
It's a different story with Divine Providence. It's a different story with Divine Providence. Along with codependents like Dawes and more recently Blitzen Trapper, Deer Tick have taken advantage of rock's ebb from masculine aggressiveness, guitars, and live debauchery and assumed the mantle of a certain rabble-rousing, hard-living, road-dog ideal to much acclaim
Only 4 left in stock (more on the way). The original folk/alt country feel Deer Tick's first album was just fantastic. it just doesn't have the depth and feel Deer Tick used to have. One person found this helpful.
Recorded in the band’s hometown of Providence, Rhode Island, Divine Providence sounds like last call and feels like the morning after, offering up 12 slabs of Stooges and Stones-inspired raw power that celebrate the sweet lows and fleeting highs of being young, numb, and full of rum in a blue-collar town with nothing to lose.
By: Deer Tick (2011, Rock). More albums from Deer Tick: Vol. 2 by Deer Tick. Negativity by Deer Tick. War Elephant by Deer Tick. The Black Dirt Sessions by Deer Tick. Born On Flag Day by Deer Tick. View all albums . Divine Providence. By: Deer Tick (2011, Rock).
The boys of Deer Tick have been on fire lately - literally. I burned my hand," guitarist Ian O'Neil says with a laugh. It'll come out really great. He's referring to the band's recent flame-filled video for "Main Street," a track off new album "Divine Providence," out Oct. 25 on Partisan Records. The shoot was so raucous that drummer Dennis Ryan caught on fire, and frontman John McCauley ended up in the hospital with a sprained ankle.
|A3||Let's All Go To The Bar|
|B1||Something To Brag About|
|B2||Walkin Out The Door|
|B4||Now It's Your Turn|
|PTSN031LP||Deer Tick||Divine Providence (LP, Album, Ltd, Gre)||Partisan Records||PTSN031LP||US||2011|
|PTSN031CD||Deer Tick||Divine Providence (CD, Album)||Partisan Records||PTSN031CD||US||2011|
|VJ CD198||Deer Tick||Divine Providence (CD, Album, Promo)||Loose||VJ CD198||UK||2011|
|PTSN031CD||Deer Tick||Divine Providence (CD, Album, Dig)||Partisan Records||PTSN031CD||US||2011|
|PTSN031LP||Deer Tick||Divine Providence (LP, Album)||Partisan Records||PTSN031LP||US||2011|