Sometimes revisiting the past is the only way to see the future. Indeed, the five members of Chamberlain thought they were just taking a trip down memory lane when they reunited in 2018 for the first time in nine years on a short tour to commemorate the 20th anniversary of their final studio album, "The Moon My Saddle." But beyond celebrating old glories, that time together led to something quite unexpected: a renewed commitment to the creative spark these musicians first discovered when they were teenagers, and the first new Chamberlain album since the turn of the century, "Red Weather," which is out now on Arctic Rodeo. The 10-track project was produced by My Morning Jacket guitarist Carl Broemel, a longtime friend who grew up playing in bands in the ‘90s alongside the members of Chamberlain first in Indianapolis and later Bloomington, Ind. Adding to the familial vibe, "Red Weather" was funded largely by Chamberlain’s legions of fans via a Kickstarter campaign and includes a new version of the song "Some Other Sky," which was debuted during the 2018 reunion tour and later released as a single. The first pressing of our limited LP is now sold out at our webstore, but we are happy our US partner Stickfigure Distribution still has copies available for you folks in the US. At our webstore, we have the a limited re-press up for pre-order now. 200 copies are pressed on clear/green mixed vinyl, 300 copies come on clear/white marbled vinyl. Swing by and say hi!