The Magnetic Fields New Love At The Bottom of the Sea LP

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The Magnetic Fields will drop their tenth (you read that right) record, Love at the Bottom of the Sea, on March 6th, and we’re excited.

According to frontman Stephen Merritt, the band completed their no-synth trilogy with their 2010 record Realism, and the new record will return to the synth-pop sound that got their conceptual three-volume 1999 release 69 Love Songs so much attention. All the record’s fifteen songs are under three minutes, and they have titles like “God Wants Us To Wait” and “All She Cares About Is Mariachi.” Check out the tracklist below and we’ll keep our ears to the ground for more news.

Love at the Bottom of the Sea:

01. God Wants Us to Wait
02. Andrew in Drag
03. Your Girlfriend’s Face
04. Born For Love
05. I’d Go Anywhere with Hugh
06. Infatuation (With Your Gyration)
07. The Only Boy in Town
08. The Machine in Your Hand
09. Goin’ Back to the Country
10. I’ve Run Away to Join the Fairies
11. The Horrible Party
12. My Husband’s Pied-a-Terre
13. I Don’t Like Your Tone
14. Quick!
15. All She Cares About Is Mariachi

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