The ever-prolific King Gizzard And The Lizard Wizard look set to release another new album next month.
A since-deleted pre-order page on Australian supplier Elusive Discs website (as mentioned by Exclaim!), a brand-new album called L.W. will arrive at February 26, following Novembers K.G. record.
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A summary for the new album on the pre-order page reads: “Serving as both a standalone work and a companion piece to 2020 predecessor K.G., L.W. sees the Melbourne-based innovators produce a truly initial album.
Fans of the band have actually formerly collected proof of the forthcoming L.W. album, explaining its look on a new t-shirt of the bands, including all of their albums to date, consisting of the new release at the bottom.
See the reported tracklisting for L.W. listed below, consisting of the bands current single If Not Now, Then When? as its opening track.
” As the band enter their second decade, the innovative future of this most 21st century of clothing only promises to be bolder, madder and more imaginative than ever.”
1. If Not Now, Then When? 2. O.N.E. 3. Pleura4. Supreme Ascendancy5. Fixed Electricity6. East West Link8. Ataraxia9. See Me10. K.G.L.W
If Not Now, Then When? East West Link8. See Me10. The Aussie psych band shared brand-new album K.G. in November.
The band likewise recently released a new bootleg program, which permits fans, indie labels and more to launch the bands music how they want. On a brand-new website, the band have actually uploaded master apply for nine full-length albums, consisting of demo and live recordings, a new rarities album called Teenage Gizzard and their 2017 totally free download album Polygondwanaland.
Fans, labels and more are then enabled to download the files from the website and package them into brand-new releases however they choose, on vinyl, CD, tape and beyond, as long as they send out the band copies to offer on their online store.
. The Aussie psych band shared brand-new album K.G. in November. Reviewing the album, NME wrote: “No doubt much of these tunes will go on to be fan favourites, but while its not an action backwards, it certainly is an action sideways for a band who previously have been in perpetual motion.”