The follow-up to 2015’s Born in the Echoes has finally arrived.
’70s nightlife and sequins played a role in the song’s creation.
A collaboration with Minnesota’s TU Dance, the tracks run the gamut of Justin Vernon’s sound, from aching folk to shambling, tribalistic dance.
The rising pop star’s latest in a string of solid singles.
The electronic artist will also be touring Canada and abroad this summer.
Plus, Lewis is gearing up to release her own new album and has mapped out some preliminary tour dates.
The Grammy-nominated metal act is also hitting the road this spring for a short UK tour.
The song accompanies an interview with Beats 1 Radio’s Zane Lowe.
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The video stars Girls actor Alex Karpovsky as a magician who eats a cereal called Glooby Loops and has guts that look like a weathered rug.
Consider it an early Christmas present from the young Chicago rockers.
The metalcore legends will also be hitting the road with Pile in December for an East Coast tour.
Eternal Recurrence, the singer’s first release since 2015’s The Expanding Flower Planet, is due in October.