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Anybody lucky enough to have been listening to Zane Lowe's Radio 1 show earlier this evening will have heard 'Golden Age', the lead single from the new TV On The Radio record (previewed exclusively on DiS last week).
If you didn't, redeem yourself now by clicking through to their official website, where it's currently streaming.
Exciting, isn't it? Certainly one of their more straightforward pieces of soul-pop (by their own admission, Dear Science is deliberately stripped-back). In fact, it sounds to our ears like the kind of funky thing Prince and Michael Jackson might come up with if they were both still sane and writing decent material.
That said, anything Dave Sitek lends his hand to is sure to have a lot of interesting stuff going on beneath the surface, and repeat listens reveal more and more sonic intricacy. We like. But do you?
DiScuss: Were you listening intently to Zane Lowe? Or did you hear it on the TVOTR site? Can you wait for Dear Science? And the rumoured UK live appearances? Or do you care more about the new Bloc Party release?
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