For Modest Mouse's follow-up to 2004's 'Good News for People Who Love Bad News,' Isaac Brock invited ex-Smiths guitarist Johnny Marr to join his band.
Modest Mouse will tour the West Coast and a few Midwestern cities in the spring of 2017.
Brock caused a multi-car crash in his hometown of Portland, Ore.
Frontman Isaac Brock was only 20 when Modest Mouse recorded their proper debut, but he already wielded an intense world weariness that belied his youth.
There will be no opening acts and both the Long Island post-hardcore outfit and Washington indie rockers will play full headlining sets.
Brock wasn't really feeling the idea of a Modest Mouse Pixar movie in which the titular rodent stops being so humble.
Modest Mouse perform 21-song set at the Prosepect Park Bandshell in Brooklyn on Wednesday night (July 22).
A few months out from the release of their latest album, 'Strangers to Ourselves,' Modest Mouse visited Late Night With Seth Meyers to perform “Pups to Dust.”
The Modest Mouse frontman calls Portland home, but he also calls it a lot of other things in an interview from Poland.
Modest Mouse have unveiled a video for “The Ground Walks, With Time in a Box.”