Hammock drop new tune

2014-09-03 by Raul Stanciu STAFF | 16 Comments
Hammock started streaming the first song, entitled 'Original Light', off their upcoming album, The Sleepover Series Vol. 2. Previously slated to be released during April, the effort has been delayed by Marc's neck surgery. After months of work, the double LP will be out on September 23 through their own label, Hammock Music.

For pre-orders, tracklist, Bandcamp stream and artwork follow this link - http://shop.hammockmusic.com/album/the-sleepover-series-volume-two

For a detailed story behind The Sleepover Series Vol. 2, check out the entry on the band's website here - http://hammockmusic.com/the-sleepover-series-vol-2

Listen to the tune below:



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Artuma
September 3rd 2014
17641 Comments


perfect for what it is. band can do no wrong

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JS19
September 3rd 2014
4576 Comments


Band can do no not perfect

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Keyblade
September 3rd 2014
15766 Comments


Holy shit, another album? These guys are ridiculous

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aircycle
September 3rd 2014
1029 Comments


how are these guys not bored of doing this

Let
September 3rd 2014
994 Comments


They are consistently amazing. Perfect music for studying, sleeping, or lounging.

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aircycle
September 3rd 2014
1029 Comments


they are certainly consistently good but they release a double album every year without really altering their sound at all

JS19
September 3rd 2014
4576 Comments


That is just so untrue it's ridiculous ^

SnakeDelilah
September 3rd 2014
10199 Comments


band can do no wrong [2]




fell asleep to departure songs on monday, best sleep ever m/

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Artuma
September 3rd 2014
17641 Comments


"they are certainly consistently good but they release a double album every year without really altering their sound at all"

what the heck this is nothing like their last album for example

JS19
September 3rd 2014
4576 Comments


Exactly Art, just don't even slightly get how someone can say that

tacos N stuff
September 3rd 2014
429 Comments


holy crap yes

adace1
September 3rd 2014
231 Comments


band can do no wrong [3]

zaruyache
September 3rd 2014
7903 Comments


Really minimalist. It's nice, but I don't feel like there's much to latch on to there. Probably need to hear the whole thing in context.

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AdolfChrist
September 3rd 2014
1868 Comments


jesus, these guys move quick. nice track.

Amphoteric
September 4th 2014
2014 Comments


It always amazes me how everything they make is nearly perfect despite how often they release material.

thecheatisnotdead
September 4th 2014
715 Comments


The only thing wrong with this band is that they haven't put out a triple-disc set yet.



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