New Wild Beasts Single

2011-04-20 by Final Origin | 4 Comments
British indie rock band, 'Wild Beasts', have released a new single, 'Albatross', from their upcoming 3rd album, Smother, which is due for release on 9th May. It is the followup to their acclaimed Mercury Prize nominated album Two Dancers.

'Albatross'
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qUJYqhKZrwA

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dixoncocks
April 21st 2011
3165 Comments


Two dancers was great, will check this out.

Digging: Movements - Outgrown Things

Steoandnoodles
April 21st 2011
2832 Comments


Has been up weeks ago but no biggy, it's a wonderful song.

henryChinaski
April 21st 2011
3851 Comments


band rules!

Digging: Tyler, the Creator - Flower Boy

Steoandnoodles
April 21st 2011
2832 Comments


Hopefully this improves on Two Dancers. I'd be really happy for them if they made a steady progression throughout their discography.



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