Washington D.C. outfit The Dismemberment Plan have debuted yet another track from the band's reunion effort, with the somber 'Daddy Was a Real Good Dancer'.

The highly personal track has lead singer Travis Morrison offering up the sweet, nostalgic details of how much his father's life changed after he was born. Whether or not he was actually a “really good dancer” isn't exactly certain, but the meaning gets across fairly well.

It's the third track the band has released so far, following 'Waiting' and 'Invisible'. It all comes together October 15th when the band releases Uncanney Valley, its first in twelve years, courtesy of Partisan Records.

Stream the track below.


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