Special Note: The 2020k review of Tomorrow’s Harvest by Boards of Canada is available here. Below is our coverage of the initial announcement of the record, which followed a viral marketing which lead up to the announcement of it. Our coverage on the promotional campaign can be seen here.
Well, guys. 25 edits later, a whole lot of tweets, comments, and email messages later, we have the finalized 2020k version of events that unfolded during the viral marketing techniques to promote the first Boards of Canada album since 2005’s Warp Records release The Campfire Headphase. In case you missed it, but I’m sure you didn’t, here’s the entire article that was put together on this website and edited in as the back story behind this record unfolded. Click here.
The new record is called Tomorrow’s Harvest. It’s filled with seventeen tracks that clock the record in at just under an hour according to iTunes, and is to be released June 10th, 2013 on digital, CD, and vinyl.
02. Reach For The Dead
03. White Cyclosa
04. Jacquard Causeway
06. Cold Earth
07. Transmisiones Ferox
08. Sick Times
10. Palace Posy
11. Split Your Infinities
13. Nothing Is Real
15. New Seeds
16. Come To Dust
17. Semena Mertvykh
I’d like to extend a huge thank you to Pitchfork, SPIN Magazine, The Guardian, FACTmag, Bocpages.org and all of the other blogs who have referenced and helped out. You guys have contributed to this story more than you know. To everyone who emailed, commented, contributed, and shared this story, all of the new followers and likes on Twitter & Facebook, to all those who have been listening and downloading my music from Soundcloud & Bandcamp, and Boards of Canada for putting together this new project. To my the people in my life who understood when I needed to quickly read a tweet or update the blog with the latest news. It’s been a great ride to share with all of you and I will be sure to update the site with the latest happenings with not only Boards of Canada, but other great projects of interest.
Since this blog has started, I’ve found it funny to bring up the fact that there is no new Boards of Canada album in sight for any entry that I’ve found it suitable to mention it in. It’s brought giggles to the readers, and now since it’s released and since Daft Punk have announced their return as well, I find it suitable to pick on the next culprits in the Electronic music scene: The Avalanches. Where’s that new record, guys?! HUH?! WHERE IS IT?!?! We’ll be watching closely…
Tomorrow’s Harvest will be released June 10th, 2013. More information will be posted as soon as it becomes available.