Deerhoof’s excellently titled twelfth record (yes) Breakup Song drops soon, and here’s their second single, “Fete d’Adieu,” one of the coolest tracks we’ve heard in a long time. That delirious, psychedelic guitar line, layered over pulsing bass and typically complex drums, will seriously make you dizzy (in a good way, don’t worry), but when everything comes together for a super-catchy chorus the customarily esoteric quartet will seriously remind you of something you’d likely hear on ‘90s college radio – from Satomi Matsuzaki’s lyrics (“a muscle in the heart”) to that grunge-inspired chord progression. Check it out – Breakup Song drops September 4.
New Deerhoof: “Fete d’Adieu”
The former GIRLS frontman delivers his second solo album since his band’s dissolution.
More love lessons from the smoothest dudes in the game.
She plays an “earth goddess-like” narrator in Paul Thomas Anderson’s Thomas Pynchon adaptation.
Stream the band’s ninth record via iTunes radio.
Stream the band’s not-really-all-that-surprising third LP.
Both records are out now, also.
Their ninth studio record and first since 2010’s Write About Love.