Wolf Parade - Expo 86 (new album / stream)

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Tuesday, May 4, 2010

Wolf Parade
Expo 86
(Sub Pop)
Releasing: 29 June


There has probably never been a bigger week for fans of Canadian alt-rock collectives than this one. Not only have the new Broken Social Scene and New Pornographers albums hit the stores, but the first songs from the forthcoming Wolf Parade full-length, Expo 86, have been leaked. If you thought the group’s “difficult second album” At Mount Zoomer sounded sprawling, the two new tracks, streaming courtesy of Pitchfork, hint at something even more ambitious on Expo 86. Both “Ghost Pressure” and “What Did My Lover Say? (It Always Had to Go This Way)” have almost proggish qualities to them that have smoothed out the scruffiness of Wolf Parade’s earlier work, even as the band’s sound seems as full and brimming over as ever. Expo 86 is set for release on June 29.


SONG LIST
01 Cloud Shadow on the Mountain

02 Palm Road

03 What Did My Lover Say? (It Always Had to Go This Way)

04 Little Golden Age

05 In the Direction of the Moon

06 Ghost Pressure

07 Pobody’s Nerfect

08 Two Men in New Tuxedos

09 Oh You, Old Thing

10 Yulia

11 Cave-o-Sapien




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