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Pedro The Lion Releases New Single Model Homes From Upcoming 'Phoenix' Album

Friday, 07 December 2018 Written by Jon Stickler

Photo: Ryan Russell

Pedro the Lion have shared a new song from their forthcoming first album in 15 years.

David Bazan announced the 13-track 'Phoenix', the follow up to 2004's 'Achilles Heel', back in October with a release set for January 18 via Big Scary Monsters.

He previously shared the album's lead single, Yellow Bike, with a follow up, the memory laden Model Homes out now. Reliably, it's a rich, atmospheric indie-rock song anchored by a pleading vocal.





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