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The Antlers Announce New Album ‘Familiars’ | Listen To “Palace”

By Will Oliver, April 2nd 2014 — with 1 comment

The Antlers

It’s been three years since Burst Apart, the last full-length from The Antlers. Sure, we got two EP’s ([together] and Undersea) but it’s been too long since we got a full album full of their heartbreaking beauty. We’re in luck, as they have announced that their new album Familiars is out June 17 via Anti-.

Familiars was recorded, engineered and produced by the band in their Brooklyn studio. Chris Coady (Yeah Yeah Yeahs, TV on the Radio, Beach House) mixed he album at DNA Downtown Studios.

The band has released the video for first cut “Palace” and as you expect, it’s a heart-breaker. What starts with light piano cords and a lonely horn turns into a devastating piece from frontman Peter Silberman. A heartfelt confession that lays it all out on the table.

Stream it below via the music video, which was directed by Hana Tajima. I’ve also included the tracklisting for Familiars which is posted after “Palace.”
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Grizzly Bear, The Antlers, and Cults got together (as well as Sleigh Bells – but I had to believe before their set) to play a special benefit show for Hurricane Sandy relief. All played short but effective sets that featured the best of their material, set to please all of those in attendance. It was an incredible lineup that put on a memorable show that went towards a good cause. What’s not to like?

Catch galleries of all three bands below.
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[music video]: The Antlers – Drift Dive

By Will Oliver, October 30th 2012

The Antlers timing of releasing their video for “Drift Dive” was odd considering what just happened with Hurricane Sandy. The video’s description on youtube is “A clip that gradually sinks deeper into a body of water.” Need I say more?

The band release this and posted a note on facebook stating the following:

Considering all that’s just happened in NYC, today is a strange day to debut our new video, but it feels oddly appropriate too.

James Case-Leal created this beautiful piece to accompany “Drift Dive”. We hope it provides you with some comfort in the face of all this devastation.

We love you, New York.

[new]: The Antlers – Crest

By Will Oliver, June 26th 2012

“Crest” is another cut of The Antlers upcoming Undersea EP. It’s a sonic exploration that once again sounds like a journey under a deep sea, fitting the EP’s title even more so.

Head to NPR to give the song a stream. The EP drops July 24 via Anti-.

[new]: The Antlers – Drift Dive

By Will Oliver, June 25th 2012

It turned out that the mystery announcement from The Antlers was a new EP titled  Undersea. All good news, as is any news that is new music from The Antlers.

Today the band premiered a song off the EP titled “Drift Dive”. The track has that mesmerizing under-water quality that many of their songs have, with a fine addition of horns that compliment everything so nicely.

The EP is due to be released via Anti- on July 24. Listen to “Drift Dive” at soundcloud, since the link is private and isn’t embeddable.

The Antlers Announce: Undersea

By Will Oliver, June 4th 2012 — with 1 comment

The Antlers have announced that they will release Undersea on July 24 via Anti-. Now, all we know about it is that info. No word on if it’s a new album, an EP, or just a new song. I’m going to guess that it’s a new album. The band released a short teaser video, which you can find below.
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The Antlers Announce (together) EP

By Will Oliver, November 2nd 2011

On November 22nd, The Antlers will release a new EP titled, the (together) EP (via Frenchkiss Records). The EP is comprised of b-sides, alternate takes, remixes and covers recorded during and after sessions for their fantastic album, Burst Apart.

The band says that the goal of the EP is to:

highlight the community that has grown around the Antlers’ music and their Brooklyn recording studio, presenting the band as more of a collective than a singular group. Upwards of ten artists came together to make the EP possible—a sharp increase from the band’s previous 1-5 member makeup—with the different collaborations changing the way the Antlers operate as a band.

The EP features “Tongue Tied,” the first track sung by the band’s Darby Cicci, and the bands cover of the XX’s “VCR”. It also sees the band collaborating with Neon Indian, and Bear Hands.

The band is playing Webster Hall on December 10th. Tickets are still on sale. Trust me, the band brings it live.

Check out the tracklisting for the EP below:
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