Listen: Deerhunter announce new album ‘Fading Frontier’, stream ‘Snakeskin’

Deerhunter announce new album ‘Fading Frontier’, stream ‘Snakeskin’

​Seventh full-length and follow-up to 2013’s ‘Monomania’ is due October 16th via 4AD.

Time’s up. That countdown that emerged this weekend via Deerhunter’s website has ticked its last tock, bringing forth details of a new full-length entitled ‘Fading Frontier’ and a video for its lead single ‘Snakeskin’.

Announced at 11pm EST ahead of a two-hour radio show hosted by the band’s frontman Bradford Cox on both Atlanta radio station 1690 AM and the band’s website, ‘Fading Frontier’ is due for release on October 16th via 4AD. It’s the band’s seventh full-length, following on from 2013’s lauded ‘Monomania’ LP.

The record’s first single ‘Snakeskin’ comes accompanied by an unsettling video, which you can see below - check out the artwork and full track-listing for ‘Fading Frontier’ too, along with all Deerhunter’s upcoming tour dates.

Pre-order the album here.

1. All The Same
2. Living My Life
3. Breaker
4. Duplex Planet (ft. Tim Gane of Stereolab on Electronic Harpsichord)
5. Take Care (ft. James Cargill of Broadcast on Synthesisers and Tapes)
6. Leather And Wood
7. Snakeskin (ft. Zumi Rosow on Treated Alto Saxophone)
8. Ad Astra
9. Carrion

Deerhunter announce new album ‘Fading Frontier’, stream ‘Snakeskin’

OCTOBER
29 Paris, Pitchfork Paris
30 Brighton, All Saints Church
31 Liverpool, Liverpool Music Week

NOVEMBER
01 Dublin, Button Factory
03 Glasgow, SWG3
04 Leeds, Brudenell Social Club
06 Manchester, Gorilla
07 London, Shepherds Bush Empire
09 Tourcoing, La Grand Mix
10 Reims, La Cartonerrie
11 Nimes, Paloma
12 Milan, Magnolia
13 Bologna, Bronson
14 Geneva, L’usine
15 Zurich, Rote Fabrik
16 Heidelberg, Kulturhaus Karlstorbahnof
18 Berlin, Lido
19 Copenhagen, Vega
21 Brussels, Botanique Orangerie
22 Utrecht, Le Guess Who Festival

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