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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)

Tracklist:

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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