The follow-up to 2015’s Kintsugi has arrived in full.
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“Each track is a gem, reflective and complex and yet exactly as simple as it ought to be.”
Featuring “Gold Rush”, “Autumn Love”, “Your Hurricane”, and “Summer Years” from the band’s latest album, as well as their classic hit “Sound of Settling”.
Collaborative effort due out in September.
The ideal Mad Max soundtrack selection was inspired by philosopher John Stuart Mill and composer Max Richter.
The third single from the band’s forthcoming LP, The Unheavenly Creatures.
Frontman Barry Johnson stars in the surreal clip, which arrives in advance of the band’s forthcoming Million Dollars to Kill Me.
All in continued support of their sixth album, this year’s Wide Awake!
In its funny music video, Vile is chased by two overly eager meter maids.
Clowns, boats, balloons, subways, and plenty of saxophone.
Marlon Rabenreither pens an ode to his girlfriend.
The set included “Miracle”, “Get Out”, “Graves”, and “Never Say Die”.