Brooklyn’s own Woods will release their eighth studio album, With Light and With Love, on April 15th via frontman Jeremy Earl’s Woodsist Records. In anticipation, it’s streaming in full over at Pitchfork.
According to a press release, the follow-up to 2012′s Bend Beyond features “singing saw, heavier emphasis on percussion, and a saloon piano”.
In an interview with Noisey, multi-instrumentalist Jarvis Taveniere said the band “took their time” with the 10-track collection, adding, “There’s a little more attention to detail. A little more care. With the first bunch records, one of the ideas was to just write and record quickly, and make weird records of something we would hear and be excited, you know? But honestly, I just got bored of that. This record was more thought-out, songs were written beforehand, rehearsed, and then we spent a lot more time recording and we got the exact sounds we wanted to get.”
Pre-orders for the album are ongoing. Below, check out a visualizer for “Leaves Like Glass”:
With Light and With Love Tracklist:
03. With Light and With Love
04. Moving to the Left
05. New Light
06. Leaves Like Glass
07. Twin Steps
08. Full Moon
09. Only the Lonely
10. Feather Man