Supergroup Gone Is Gone share beautifully eerie new song “Dublin” — listen

Featuring members of Mastodon, Queens of the Stone Age, and At the Drive-In

Gone Is Gone is a new supergroup comprised of rock titans Troy Sanders (Mastodon), Troy Van Leeuwen (Queens of the Stone Age), Tony Hajjar (At the Drive-In), and guitarist/keyboardist Mike Zarin. Following their self-titled summer EP, Gone Is Gone will return with full-length debut Echolocation on January 6th.

To preview that 12-track effort, the band has let loose a new song called “Dublin”. Pulling in elements of their previous singles, “Sentient” and “Gift”, the track is like a candle that burns steadily in an otherwise pitch-black room — it never rises above a whisper, but still has an eeriness about it that’ll leave listeners both a bit unnerved and curious.

Stream it below (via Stereogum).

(Read: How Gone Is Gone Went From Scoring Film Trailers to Playing Heavy Metal)

Echolocation Tracklist:
01. Sentient
02. Gift
03. Resurge
04. Dublin
05. Ornament
06. Pawns
07. Colourfade
08. Roads
09. Slow Awakening
10. Fast Awakening
11. Resolve
12. Echolocation


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