There’s probably no one single album we’re looking forward to more in 2014 than Caribou‘s upcoming Our Love, and the endlessly listenable “Can’t Do Without You” has laid some solid groundwork for what’s to come. Dan Snaith + co have now shared the records title track, and its a legitimate jam: a deep, near-wordless escalation that feels like fresh territory for the band (anyone else getting Holy Other vibes on this?) while being exactly the kind of thing we were craving. Our Love is out October 7 via Merge.
Feels like it’s been too long since we’ve heard much out of the Peaking Lights camp, so we’re pretty stoked on this hypnotic, slightly askew (as they do) new single, “Breakdown,” off the bands forthcoming Cosmic Logic LP (out October 6 on Weird World).
Considering a few of the singles off Deptford Goth‘s album last year have just recently made their way back into our regular rotation (“Feel Real” is still a knockout), this seems pretty impeccably timed: Daniel Woolhouse will be releasing his sophomore LP later this fall, and first single “The Lovers” carries a lot of the same haunting vibes and woozy, languishing atmosphere that drew us into Woolhouse’s stuff in the first place. Love the callback album art too. Songs will be out November 4 via 37 Adventures.