Brooklyn's O'Death dropped their fourth studio album Out Of Hands We Go a few weeks ago on Northern Spy Records, and they're playing shows at Brick & Mortar Music Hall and Leo's Music Club this week on their tour for the new record, with support from Guy Blakeslee and Stone Jack Jones.

The album was recorded with "lo-fi guru" Caleb Mulkerin in Biddeford, Maine, where lead singer and guitarist Greg Jamie relocated in 2010 following production of O'Death's previous full-length release, 2011's Outside. The band has always experimented with merging sounds from the worlds of folk, bluegrass, punk, metal, and Americana, and they continue that tack on Out Of Hands We Go.

Three songs from the new record are currently streaming on Soundcloud (the whole record premiered on CMJ, but that stream is no longer available). On recent single "Wrong Time", Jamie and company delve deep in some dark, foot-stompin' Americana sounds, while "Roam" and "Apple Moon" find the sextet leaning furthest toward indie rock of the '00s – with a dose of that "gothic country" sound the band has nurtured for more than a decade.

Listen to all three tracks below, followed by the full details on the band's SF and Oakland shows.

O'Death, Guy Blakeslee, Stone Jack Jones
Brick and Mortar Music Hall
October 28, 2014
9pm, $12–15 (18+)

O'Death, Guy Blakeslee, Stone Jack Jones
Leo's Music Club
October 29, 2014
9pm, $12–15 (18+)