Denver indie-poppers Tennis have only been putting out records for a few years, but they aren’t wasting any time in cranking out material, and they’ve already announced plans for their third album, Ritual In Repeat, which is due in a few months. As on the 2012 album Young & Old, the band worked with the Black Keys’ Patrick Carney as a producer. This time, though, Carney splits production duties with a couple of other big-name collaborators, Spoon’s Jim Eno and the Shins’ Richard Swift. First single “Never Work For Free” is a peppy, welcoming wash of melody, and you can hear it below.

(via Pitchfork)

Ritual In Repeat is out 9/9 on Communion.

Comments (2)
  1. Well, this is delightfully lush.

  2. recently discovered them but love their sound

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