Pile Announce Improvisational Album 'In the Corners of a Sphere-Filled Room'

The record is made up of 14 tracks, but "no songs"
Pile Announce Improvisational Album 'In the Corners of a Sphere-Filled Room'
Pile have announced plans for a new improvisational album titled In the Corners of a Sphere-Filled Room, which is due to arrive on May 7.

Featuring 14 tracks but "no songs," the album will mark the Boston band's follow-up to 2019's Green and Gray.

"This is a collection of noise we made intermittently from December 2018 to January 2021, strung together to make a little under an hour of music that we think sounds somewhat cohesive," the band wrote in a newsletter [via Consequence].

In addition to the core members' contributions, In the Corners of a Sphere-Filled Room will also feature Elisabeth Fuchsia on viola, Jane Scarpantoni on cello and guitar by Kevin S. McMahon, who assisted in recording the album at Marcata Recording.

The group have yet to release any of the record's not-songs, so stay tuned in the coming weeks as more information becomes available, and keep a close eye on Pile's Bandcamp for pre-order information. For now, you can see the Stephanie Lane Gage-created album art above.