New Eels album
2014-01-29 by Ali CONTRIBUTOR | 13 Comments
Californian alt-rock outfit Eels have announced details of their 11th LP, barely a year since their last release.

Titled 'The Cautionary Tales of Mark Oliver Everett,' the record will be released on 22 April, and is previewed by 'Agatha Chang,' which can be streamed from the following links:

EUROPE: https://soundcloud.com/the_eels/agatha-chang-eu/s-m36ck

NORTH AMERICA: https://soundcloud.com/the_eels/agatha-chang-us/s-UZz59

The album's tracklist is as follows:

1. Where I'm At

2. Parallels

3. Lockdown Hurricane

4. Agatha Chang

5. A Swallow in the Sun

6. Where I'm From

7. Series of Misunderstandings

8. Kindred Spirit

9. Gentlemen's Choice

10. Dead Reckoning

11. Answers

12. Mistakes of My Youth

13. Where I'm Going
Tagged: Eels

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SadAndHolyGlow
January 29th 2014
1554 Comments


I'm on it.

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Pheromone
January 29th 2014
3916 Comments


all aboard the hype train

Pheromone
January 29th 2014
3916 Comments


also this guys voice has ages so well

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
January 29th 2014
7460 Comments


Ugh, this article came out a bit of an eyesore.

Anyway, this is now my most anticipated record of the year, being Eels and all.

Pheromone
January 29th 2014
3916 Comments


I wouldn't have heard about the single so soon if it wasn't for the article so it doesn't bother me, and usually I'd agree being Eels and all but I got that schoolboy Q hype crazy right now

AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
January 29th 2014
7460 Comments


I don't expect it to be one of the albums of the year or anything, but Eels are one of my favourite bands and they've never disappointed me. Even their lesser records are endearing.

Pheromone
January 29th 2014
3916 Comments


Agreed, yet judging by the quality of the song I can honestly say it's one of his best singles in a long time. We can only wait and see

mitch91
January 29th 2014
414 Comments


I think ES-B is one of the most heart-wrenching albums ever, but I can't help but feel swamped by all of these new Eels albums over the past few years.

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AliW1993
Contributing Reviewer
January 29th 2014
7460 Comments


Yeah ESB is an all-time favourite of mine. Perfect late night music.

zakalwe
January 29th 2014
9353 Comments


Good ol E

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ABjordanMM
January 29th 2014
1456 Comments


enjoyable song.

conditionals
January 29th 2014
3 Comments


Hype! I didn't really get into 'Wonderful Glorious', but loved the two that came before it.

I much prefer 'wistful' E to 'are you gonna open my present PS my present is my cock' E. And this looks to be the most wistful E yet.

BONUS: does anybody remember the MC Honky album E did? That was pretty amazing.

dimsim3478
January 30th 2014
5604 Comments


Oh so I guess this is gonna be wonderful and glorious

For real tho this is crazy, barely gotten over the last one

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