A Place to Bury Strangers will release their new album, Pinned, on April 13. This is the first album the band has made since their 2014. It’s also the first they’ve made with new drummer, Lia Simone, who also contributes vocals on the album, adding a new element to the band’s sound. Says main man Oliver Ackermann:
As things go on, you don’t want them to be stagnant. Being a band for ten years, it’s hard to keep things moving forward. I see so many bands that have been around and they’re a weaker version of what they used to be. This band is anti-that. We try to push ourselves constantly, with the live shows and the recordings. We always want to get better. You’ve got to dig deep and take chances, and sometimes, I questioned that. It took really breaking through to make it work. I think we did that.