Listen: Download new CocoRosie track 'Lemonade'
There is literally no excuse not to show you the new CocoRosie Grey Oceans album cover just one more time. You really have to see it.
Done. We've got it over with. Now we can furnish you with the good stuff, a track contained within the new CocoRosie LP. It was 'premiered' earlier yesterday on Pitchfork but Sub Pop - who are putting out the record - uploaded 'Lemonade' to their SoundCloud channel, so we decided to run with it here. Stream it and download it below:
Despite me blithering earlier as to the hideousness of the song, I think I'm coming round to its beauty, which does take a while to appear, especially given the horrid cracked-up early Joanna Newsom vocals which kick things off. An ugly duckling, if you will.
REASONABLY UNIMPORTANT UPDATE: Hey, there's also a new trailer clip for the record:
Grey Oceans will be the duo's first release through Sub Pop and comes out on May 10, though I think it's released via [PIAS] in this country. It has eleven tracks, all of which are listed below:
- Trinity's Crying
- Smokey Taboo
- Grey oceans
- R.I.P Burn Face
- The Moon Asked The Crow
- Fairy Paradise
- Here I Come
4 - London, Union Chapel
6 - Bristol, Trinity Arts Centre
7 - Manchester, Cathedral
8 - Bexhill-On-Sea, De La Warr Pavillion
9 - Minehead, ATP Festival
10 - Leeds, Cockpit
11 - Dublin, The Button Factory
13 - Norfolk, Norwich Festival
14 - Oxford, The Regal