Broken Bells stream new album
2014-01-29 by Nathan Taft | 5 Comments

The Danger Mouse and James Mercer collaboration project, Broken Bells, are streaming their new album, "After the Disco," on iTunes ahead of its February 4th release.

The stream can be obtained through iTunes or by following this link: https://itunes.apple.com/us/artist/broken-bells/id345658567

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humblerodent
January 28th 2014

211 Comments


so good

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psandy
January 28th 2014

49 Comments


I'm going to need new trousers.

themainmast
January 28th 2014

247 Comments


i've loved everything james mercer has put out besides this. i don't get the new blues influenced approach to songwriting.

PistolPete
January 28th 2014

3591 Comments


i hope this is as good as I think it'll be

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Aids
Contributing Reviewer
January 29th 2014

23804 Comments


oh fudge ye

rocky mountain fudge co. all up in here




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