New LCD Soundsystem “Oh You (Christmas Blues)”

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Noah Baumbach’s (The Squid and the Whale) upcoming Ben Stiller-starring film, Greenberg will be accompanied by an indie-rock centric soundtrack — one that gets to boast “new music from LCD Soundsystem” in the trailer. The first sample of new LCD Soundsystem music to come from the Greenburg soundtrack (or their upcoming LP, even), is “Oh You (Christmas Blues)”. The track premiered on NME Radio a few hours ago and his consequently hit the web.

“Oh You” sounds like an expansion to “New York, I Love You But You’re Bringing Me Down”, only this new song finds James Murphy noticeably frustrated, which, judging by the trailer, parallels Greenberg’s persona. The Oscars happened last weekend, so is it too soon to start talking about next year’s possible candidate for Best Original Song?

Make sure you pre-order the Greenburg OST, which is filled with new LCD Soundsystem. Listen to “Oh You (Christmas Blues)” below:

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