Beirut – “No No No”

Beirut are back this fall with No No No, Zach Condon and company’s first album since 2011’s The Rip Tide, and today they’ve shared the title track today. Backed by a subtly intensifying drum part and a slowly building array of triumphal brass, it’s a bouncy yet subdued take on the band’s signature blend of Eastern European folk music and off-kilter modern pop. “Don’t know the first thing about who you are,” Condon sings, but his own musical identity remains unmistakable. Listen.

(via NPR)


01 “Gibraltar”
02 “No No No”
03 “At Once”
04 “August Holland”
05 “As Needed”
06 “Perth”
07 “Pacheco”
08 “Fener”
09 “So Allowed”

No No No is out 9/11 via 4AD. Pre-order it here.

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