New Thievery Corporation album

2014-02-08 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 15 Comments
Thievery Corporation have set the release of their 7th full length, Saudade, on April 1, through their own ESL Music Label. The album will blend anything from dub to reggae, Middle Eastern folk and bossa nova. Plus, it'll be packed with guests such as U.N.K.L.E., Argentine singer Federico Aubele, Brazilian percussionist Roberto Santos, and longtime Thievery cohort LouLou Ghelichkhani.

The band has also revealed one of the new songs, 'Depth Of My Soul', featuring vocalist Shana Halligan. It can be listened on Soundcloud at the following link - http://soundcloud.com/thieverycorporation/depth-of-my-soul/s-Muiz5

More information regarding Sausade can be accessed here - http://consequenceofsound.net/2014/01/thievery-corporation-announces-new-album-saudade-listen-to-depth-of-my-soul/

Tagged: Thievery Corporation

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Azn.
February 8th 2014
5631 Comments


oh cool

dupuisj8
February 8th 2014
62 Comments


Very cool

WashboardSuds
February 8th 2014
5101 Comments


!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Voltimand
February 8th 2014
641 Comments


Link didn't work for me. Like the group though, I'll check it later.
Plus, if the album is bad, they could say "April fools" XD

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insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 8th 2014
4253 Comments


I fixed the link, it should work now (at least for me it does). If not, you can also listen on Consequence Of Sound's webpage.

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Voltimand
February 8th 2014
641 Comments


Works now, thanks! Nice track, I like their smooth approach to electronic... trip-hop? It's like Portishead in a way.

clercqie
February 8th 2014
6519 Comments


I probably should check these guys out.

StrangerofSorts
Staff Reviewer
February 8th 2014
2897 Comments


kinda old news, but cool nonetheless

StrangerofSorts
Staff Reviewer
February 8th 2014
2897 Comments


the Teebs album coming out the week after will probably blow it out the water though. Jesus fuck the single is good: https://soundcloud.com/brainfeeder/teebs-view-point

WashboardSuds
February 8th 2014
5101 Comments


"the Teebs album coming out the week after will probably blow it out the water though. Jesus fuck the single is good: https://soundcloud.com/brainfeeder/teebs-view-point"


!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!![2]

MaskAtTheMasquerade
February 8th 2014
2888 Comments


raaaad

insomniac15
Staff Reviewer
February 9th 2014
4253 Comments


Yeah, the news is a week old or something like that, but since nobody bothered, I decided to post it anyway.

StrangerofSorts
Staff Reviewer
February 9th 2014
2897 Comments


Yeah it's fair enough man, the more electronic news the better :D

OneMoreRoland
February 9th 2014
1053 Comments


Love Mirror Conspiracy so I'm stoked

Underflow
April 1st 2014
3745 Comments


So the album is very good. Definitely better than Culture of Fear.



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