Blonde Redhead - Barragán

Blonde Redhead are two decades deep into their career now, but they remain about as glamorous and mysterious as a New York indie rock trio can possibly be at this point in their lifespan. And on the tracks they’ve shared from the new album Barragán, the band’s sound continues to drift as elusively and prettily as ever. We are lucky to still have this band around, and we should not take them for granted. Early tracks “No More Honey,” “Dripping,” and “The One I Love” were all well worth your attention, and now the band is streaming the whole of the album at NPR.

Barragán is out 9/2 on Kobalt.

Comments (2)
  1. Only 10 minutes in so far, but I’m liking it a lot. Very subdued and low-key, but I like the mood.

  2. Streamed this all day yesterday. Really cool mellow vibe. I really love it when indie bands get older. The new Camera Obscura is a good example. Older and wiser… ass music for middle aged people who still want to remaind relevant. LOL

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