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- Posted on Jan 26th 2010 1:30PM by Mike Ayers
Although Devo have attracted a cultish following over the last several decades, recently they've been quite active, performing their classic albums on tour, working with Santigold on new material and are now gearing up for their first studio release of since 1990's 'Smooth Noodle Maps.'
"Devo were collectively ready to relax in their matching lazyboy loungers, sipping drinks by the 19th hole," said Mark Mothersbaugh in a statement. "But the rate things have been falling apart, and the velocity of de-evolution these days left us with no choice but to get back out there and inform people that now, more than ever before, it is time to disobey the mob and think for ourselves! To remind people that biology is destiny, and de-evolution is real! We are back with inspirational tomes of truth and neuro-simpatico sonic nuggets for the entire world, not just our species!"
Devo is expected to announce a global tour for 2010, but currently the only other gig on the books is Saturday, April 17 at Coachella 2010. The Winter Olympics' music portion of the nightly ceremonies begins on Feb. 13, with the All-American Rejects kicking things off.