Spooky sweet cut was influenced by a rogue TV broadcast from the ’90s and The Demon King himself.
The follow-up to 2016’s IV arrives in May.
North American outing features gigs in Salt Lake City, Seattle, Vancouver, and Los Angeles.
Produced by Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker.
Plus, he’s announced new tour dates in support of the LP.
Featuring a complete remastering, bonus tracks, unreleased takes, and reproduced photos.
Noah Lennox also explains what sets apart his new album from his previous three releases.
This week’s New Sounds also features The Cranberries, CupcakKe and Townes Van Zandt.
He also discusses David Bowie’s influence and pushing the pop envelope.
A “sister album” to the Aussie outfit’s 2017 LP, The Weather, produced by Tame Impala’s Kevin Parker.
Geologist premiered “House (HBDMPP Edit)” during his NTS radio show.
The legendary jam band will play multiple nights at several venues, including Bonnaroo.