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Dirty Projectors Announce Self-Titled Album, Share Glitchy New Single "Up In Hudson"

Dirty Projectors Announce Self-Titled Album, Share Glitchy New Single "Up In Hudson"

Dirty Projectors Announce Self-Titled Album, Share Glitchy and Nostalgic New Single "Up In Hudson"

On the heels of two hypnotic new singles, Dirty Projectors have officially announced their self-titled eighth studio album. Today they share another haunt with the release of the glitchy and nostalgic “Up In Hudson,” following the lonely laments of “Little Bubble” and the lovelorn “Keep Your Name.” Here leading man, Dave Longstreth, stretches his elastic vocal experiments over beds of warm horns and minimalistic percussion with just a touch of their hallmark fuzz. All good omens of what’s to come.

Dirty Projectors is slated to arrive on February 24th via Domino Records. Hear the latest from the group below. Pre-order a digital copy of the new album on iTunes today or head over to their site for the deluxe 2xLP vinyl edition, pressed to a stunning marbled smoke acetate with and etched D-side. Peep the track list for the record just below the player and stay tuned for the imminent announcement of supporting tour dates.

Track List:
01 “Keep Your Name”
02 “Death Spiral”
03 “Up In Hudson”
04 “Work Together”
05 “Little Bubble”
06 “Winner Take Nothing”
07 “Ascent Through Clouds”
08 “Cool Your Heart”
09 “I See You”



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