A Lot Like Birds have announced their new full-length album, No Place, which will see an October 29 release on Equal Vision Records. The band recorded with Kris Crummett (Closure In Moscow, Fear Before), who also recorded their previous effort, 2011's Conversation Piece.

“It's no secret that musicians can spend more time on the road than they do at home, but aside from that, a home had been a completely lost concept to me for the past few years,” says co-vocalist Cory Lockwood. “And as I realized that I felt more at home while away from my “hometown” and felt more sheltered with no guarantee of shelter each night, I really started to examine the idea of home. What a home means to a person, and with further exploration, what each particular room can mean. We had already been discussing the direction of our next album and how we might want to try our hand at one particular concept. And so this was the concept I brought to the table: let's build a house. Each song, one room. Important to itself but still a part of the whole.”

No Place Track Listing:

1. In Trances
2. No Nature
3. No Nurture
4. Next to Ungodliness
5. Connector
6. Myth of Lasting Sympathy
7. Hand Over Mouth, Over and Over
8. Kuroi Ledge
9. Recluse
10. Shaking of the Frame

Co-Headlining Tour Dates with Lions Lions:

Oct 11 Colorado Springs, CO @ Black Sheep
Oct 12 Denver, CO @ Marquis Theatre
Oct 14 Portland, OR @ Backspace Café
Oct 15 Spokane, WA @ The Center of Spokane
Oct 16 Seattle, WA @ El Corazon
Oct 18 Sacramento, CA @ The Boardwalk
Oct 20 Anaheim, CA @ Chain Reaction
Oct 21 Mesa, AZ @ The Underground
Oct 24 San Antonio, TX @ White Rabbit
Oct 26 Grand Prairie, TX @ South By So What Festival