This week, the duo Cat's Eyes announced their sophomore album, Treasure House.
The band is made up Faris Badwan, vocalist for the English band The Horrors, and Canadian soprano and composer Rachel Zeffira. Inspired by 1960s girl grounds, the band formed in 2011 and released their self-titled debut the same year.
Not much was heard from the project until 2015, though both released albums in the interim. In 2015, they got back together to record the soundtrack for The Duke of Burgundy. Their new album is promised to be different from past releases, with a pop/psychedelic sound. The announcement came with a new single, "Chameleon Queen," and accompanying video.
Treasure House is set to be released June 3.
Also announced this week:
Andrew Bird - Are You Serious (April 1)
Bonnie “Prince” Billy & Bitchin Bajas - Epic Jammers and Fortunate Little Ditties (March 18)
De La Soul - And the Anonymous Nobody (April)
Dietrich & Barnes - The Coral Casino (May 6)
Drake - Views from the 6 (April)
The Field - The Follower (April 1)
Future - EVOL (out now)
Holy Ghost! - Crime Cutz EP (April 29)
Jherek Bischoff & Amanda Palmer - Strung Out in Heaven (out now)
The Lumineers - Cleopatra (April 8)
Mark Kozelek - Mark Kozelek Sings Favorites (May 27)
Mike Patton - Bacteria Cult (April 1)
The Monkees - Good Times! (June 10)
Parquet Courts - Human Performance (April 8)
Twin Peaks - Down in Heaven (May 13)