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Vampire Weekend Share New Tracks Harmony Hall And 2021 Plus Further Details Of Fourth Album 'FOTB'

Thursday, 24 January 2019 Written by Jon Stickler

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Vampire Weekend have shared two new tracks and further details of their fourth album.

Harmony Hall and 2021 are the first to be lifted from the tracklist of the band's upcoming LP, which, after much speculation, has been revealed as 'Father Of The Bride'. The record will get a double vinyl release and two songs from it will arrive every month until the album drops.

The news comes a week after frontman Ezra Koenig took to Instagram to announce the follow up to 2013's 'Modern Vampires Of The City',  which then was only known by its initials, 'FOTB'.

Coming six years after its predecessor and yet to receive a launch date, the bumper 18-track double album is expected to arrive this spring via the band's new home of Columbia. It finds them reunited with 'Modern Vampires of the City' co-producer Ariel Rechtshaid and marks their first full-length since the departure of multi-instrumentalist Rostam Batmanglij, though he does have a production credit on Harmony Hall.

Head below to listen to the new tracks. Harmony Hall is a glorious five-minute indie opus, while 2021 clocks in at just under two minutes and is a much more stripped back affair in comparison.





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