Neon Indian - Era Extrana

We’ve already heard “Fallout” and “Polish Girl,” and now here’s another track from Neon Indian’s new album Era Extraña. It’s a bright, fuzzy bit of guitar-pop without too much of the decayed-synth squiggle that’s become one of the group’s trademarks. Actually, the track might be the clearest example we’ve yet heard of frontman Alan Palomo’s glam-rock influence. Heard in a certain light, the track could’ve come from the further-out edges of Britpop’s first wave. Listen below.

Era Extraña is out 9/13 on Palomo’s own Static Tongues, via Mom + Pop. Don’t forget to enter to win that PAL198X mini-synth.

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  1. ahhhhhh really groovin’ to this track man. really cool stuff comin’ from this cat.

    cheers,
    Don. T.

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  3. This is what love sounds like.

  4. This album seems to be shaping up really well. getting pretty hyped for it’s release now

  5. Sounds like Deerhunter covering The Cars, love it <3…

  6. This Song Makes Me Feel Like A Girl ;P

  7. can’t wait for the album to come out, even though I’ve heard half the tracks from it.

  8. A poppier version of Tobacco with shades of Gandaddy

  9. Fresh. I’ll have pick up the new album when it drops, although i won’t be getting PAL198x. As much as i love synths the PAL didn’t wow me. Its a cool little gadget but not cool enough for me to drop an extra $40. The infomercial was hilarious though.

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