This week, Deerhunter announced their eighth album, Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared?.
The latest album from the Atlanta-based "ambient punk" follows 2015's incredible Fading Frontier. The new album was recorded in Marfa, Texas and produced by Cate Le Bon (her bandmate from DRINKS, Tim Presley, also contributed to the record).
Deerhunter has consistently been one of my favorite bands with their previous three records all making it into my music rotation. Along with the album announcement, they also released a new song, "Death in Midsummer." Based on that song, I have every expectation that I'll love the new record just as much!
Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared? is set for release on January 18.
Also announced recently:
Beirut - Gallipoli (February 1)
Blocboy JB - Don’t Think That (out now)
Bob Mould - Sunshine Rock (February 8)
Bring Me the Horizons - amo (January 25)
Bryan Ferry and His Orchestra - Bitter-Sweet (November 30)
The C.I.A. - The C.I.A. (December)
Cass McCombs - Tip of the Sphere (February 8)
Freddie Gibbs & Curren$y - Fetti (out now)
Guster - Look Alive (January 18)
Ian Brown - Ripples (March 1)
Jessica Pratt - Quiet Signs (February 8)
Khruangbin - “Christmas Time Is Here” 7” (November 16)
Lee Ranaldo - Electric Trim Live at Rough Trade East (December 14)
Method Man - The Meth Lab II (December 11)
Oneohtrix Point Never - Love in the Time of Lexapro (November 23)
Preoccupations & Protomartyr - “Telemetry at Howe Bridge” (November 16)
Steve Gunn - The Unseen in Between (January 18)
Swervedriver - Future Ruins (January 25)
Toro y Moi - Outer Peace (January 18)
TOY - Happy in the Hollow (January 25)
Vince Staples - FM! (out now)