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Goat’s new single “Try My Robe” is even more reason you need to see them live — listen

From their new album, Requiem, out in October

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    Much like all groups stocked with freaky-deaky hippy types, Swedish psychedelic weirdos Goat are best experienced live. You just can’t catch the wave of masked Nordic flower children jamming and ribbon-dancing while sitting in your house. That being said, their latest single “Try My Robe” is one hell of an advertisement for their next tour.

    The band is all about fusion, snagging sounds from all over the world to create a knotty blend of Western psychedelia and Eastern instrumentation. But one blend they hardly ever get credit for is mixing the (admittedly sometimes tedious) sound of jam music with the in-born Swedish proclivity for earworms. If you don’t find yourself shouting “Share my bread! Taste my food! Try my robe!” after a few listens, then you are a stronger willed person than me. Check it out below:

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    “Robe” is our second taste of the mysterious worldbeat purveyors’ upcoming album Requiem. That one’s out October 7th via Sub Pop and pre-orders are available here.

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    Requiem Artwork:

    goat requiem artwork Goats new single Try My Robe is even more reason you need to see them live — listen

    Requiem Tracklist:
    01. Djorolen/Union of Sun and Moon
    02. I Sing in Silence
    03. Temple Rhythms
    04. Alarms
    05. Trouble in the Streets
    06. Psychedelic Lover
    07. Goatband
    08. Try My Robe
    09. It’s Not Me
    10. All-Seeing Eye
    11. Goatfuzz
    12. Goodbye
    13. Ubuntu

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