The National New Single
2013-04-11 by gaz | 22 Comments

Prior to the release of Trouble Will Find Me, The National have released another new
single off the album called "Don't Swallow the Cap".

Trouble Will Find Me is released on May 21 (US), May 20 (UK).

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bFnA-8H-5lo

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iSkane
April 11th 2013

828 Comments


Pretty damn good. I'm pumped to see if they can pull of a fourth masterpiece.

FromDaHood
Contributing Reviewer
April 11th 2013

8931 Comments


lol they're James Blakeing the album

Digging: Phantogram - Voices

cinaedus
April 11th 2013

26195 Comments


"I'm pumped to see if they can pull of a fourth masterpiece."

it would be a second masterpiece.

the cover art/album title/song titles are really weird for them

discoedave
April 11th 2013

21 Comments


reminds me of alligator ie i want to fuck it

cinaedus
April 11th 2013

26195 Comments


yeah alligator is their best by far and i adore both of these new songs, getting some serious awesome vibes here

jimmykidd
April 12th 2013

520 Comments


fuck this is so good. AOTY incoming.

Makemebad35
April 12th 2013

696 Comments


Yaaa this is GOOOD

Gwyn.
April 12th 2013

13952 Comments


well it wasn't ridiculously fucking boring so its an improvement!

Nikolai
April 12th 2013

16 Comments


I can just tell it's going to be another 4.5-5 rating for these guys. so fckn gud m8


blastOFFitsPARTYtime
April 12th 2013

1477 Comments


Waiting for the album to listen, but confident it will be in top 5 for the year.

Plus will be seeing them several times this year m/

YetAnotherBrick
April 15th 2013

4315 Comments


if you think the national is boring you just need to listen to em more

all it takes is time

Digging: The Beatles - Revolver

zxlkho
April 15th 2013

3424 Comments


The National is far from boring.

Boxer is the best album by MILES

Albus
April 17th 2013

77 Comments


Nah, the best is Alligator.

DrHouseSchuldiner
April 17th 2013

5605 Comments


Cool track

Deder545
April 25th 2013

83 Comments


This is an incredible track. Might be one of The National's best yet.

Artuma
April 25th 2013

8409 Comments


this has grown on me hard, brilliant song but demons is still even better

Digging: Swans - To Be Kind

KeithStone582
April 25th 2013

1480 Comments


Demons is so damn good.

fromtheinside
April 25th 2013

16345 Comments


song was amazing

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fromtheinside
April 25th 2013

16345 Comments


looks like a beautiful successor to HV is in the cards and i couldn't be fucking happier

ShadowRemains
May 8th 2013

19425 Comments


didn't hear this initially but yeah this reminds me of daughters of the soho riots combined with brainy or something...

fish.
Contributing Reviewer
May 8th 2013

20199 Comments


I thought this sounded like something off High Violet more than anything else

Digging: YG - My Krazy Life

cinaedus
May 8th 2013

26195 Comments


really good stuff



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