La Dispute spent roughly a year of its existence writing and recording their first full length album, called "Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair," in hopes of accurately displaying their growth both as individuals and as a single artistic unit while creating an end product that encourages the listener to both think and feel. Drawing its title from an Asian folktale, "Somewhere" attempts to prompt discussion regarding the aspects of ourselves that prevent us from maintaining our happiness as people by documenting both their own experiences in the matter and the experiences of those around them, while musically encouraging the listener to expand their notions of music and art by exploring time signatures, tempos, dynamics, song structures, etc. The result of countless sleepless nights, exhaustingly precise recording sessions, and a diligence bordering psychosis, "Somewhere" is far and a way the bands most mature, articulate, and diverse release thus far expanding significantly upon the groundwork from its previous two short releases. Recorded at Studiotte in Grand Rapids by Joel and Troy Otte with artwork by Nick Satinover, "Somewhere at the Bottom of the River Between Vega and Altair" attempts to display an unceasing passion for art, emotion, love, community, and any other aspect of life that similarly inspires humanity to create for the better. 
TRACKLISTING:  01. SUCH SMALL HANDS 02. SAID THE KING TO THE RIVER 03. NEW STORMS FOR OLDER LOVERS 04. DAMAGED GOODS 05. FALL DOWN, NEVER GET BACK UP AGAIN 06. BURY YOUR FLAME 07. LAST BLUES FOR BLOODY KNUCKLES 08. THE CASTLE BUILDERS 09. ANDRIA 10. THEN AGAIN, MAYBE YOU WERE RIGHT 11. SAD PRAYERS FOR GUILTY BODIES 12. THE LAST LOST CONTINENT 13. NOBODY, NOT EVEN THE RAIN 

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