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Stream: Thee Oh Sees’ new album Drop

    Despite announcing plans for a “well deserved break and a transitional period” late last year, Thee Oh Sees are returning with their fifth full-length in four years with Drop, due out April 19th via frontman John Dywer’s Castle Face Records. In anticipation, the nine-track effort and follow-up to 2013’s Floating Coffin is streaming in full over at Pitchfork. Listen here.

    Recorded last fall at a “banana ripening warehouse”, Drop features appearances from Mikal Cronin, Greer McGettrick (from the Mallard), Casafis, and drummer Chris Woodhouse.

    Pre-orders are ongoing. Below, watch the trippy video for the album’s title track and check out the full tracklist.

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    Drop Tracklist:
    01. Penetrating Eye
    02. Encrypted Bounce
    03. Savage Victory
    04. Put Some Reverb on My Brother
    05. Drop
    06. Camera (Queer Sound)
    07. King’s Noise
    08. Transparent World
    09. The Lens

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