Well this was a little surprising. Death from Above 1979, the noisy Canadian duo who infamously broke up after only one full-length album, only to reunite last year for the festival circuit, are apparently working on new material. In a blog post on their site simply entitled “Ok.,” drummer Sebastien Grainger said the band’s new songs are lacking in spirit and life within the confines of the studio, so they’re going on an 11-date tour of Eastern Canada to improve them by playing them for people. “Song CPR,” as Grainger put it. Tickets go on sale September 21st, and the venues where they’ve been booked all have pretty small capacities, so these shows are going to have an old school punk rock feel to them. With your Music Emissions Minute, this has been the ROCKthusiast Gilles LeBlanc.