Despite announcing plans for a “well deserved break and a transitional period” late last year, Thee Oh Sees are returning with their fifth full-length in four years with Drop, due out April 19th via frontman John Dywer’s Castle Face Records. In anticipation, the nine-track effort and follow-up to 2013′s Floating Coffin is streaming in full over at Pitchfork. Listen here.
Recorded last fall at a “banana ripening warehouse”, Drop features appearances from Mikal Cronin, Greer McGettrick (from the Mallard), Casafis, and drummer Chris Woodhouse.
Pre-orders are ongoing. Below, watch the trippy video for the album’s title track and check out the full tracklist.
01. Penetrating Eye
02. Encrypted Bounce
03. Savage Victory
04. Put Some Reverb on My Brother
06. Camera (Queer Sound)
07. King’s Noise
08. Transparent World
09. The Lens