Atlas Sound - Parallax

Last month, we posted “Terra Incognita,” the first single from the new Atlas Sound album Parallax. Now Bradford Cox has another new one for us: “Te Amo,” a pretty track that rides a strange, off-kilter beat. Grab it below.


(via Pitchfork)

Parallax is out 11/8 on 4AD.

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Comments (8)
  1. It reminds me of Afternoon Drive from his Bedroom Databank Vol 1, but this is way better.

  2. Anyone else getting Bjork vibe, at least in the vocal delivery?

    • Denis Schröder  |   Posted on Sep 18th, 2011 0

      I thought it felt very reminiscent of Vespertine because of the flittery percussion, not so much the vocals, though.

  3. I don’t know enough Bjork to compare, really, but Bradford is really on top of it as of late. By as of late, I mean the past three or so years. Last Deerhunter album was perfect. Keep it up!

  4. I’m looking for a reference to make about the picture and words fail me.

    • The reference you are looking for is Jeff Buckley’s Grace LP cover. (This also goes for the opening arpeggio of the song, and Buckley’s title track.) Took me a minute, but there it is.

      • i was almost mad at this. immediately after seeing this post, i thought of Jeff Buckley. This guy pulls it off and it seems effortless. I’m impressed.

  5. He’s been sussing this one out for awhile in different settings. He plays a great solo version with loop pedals and acoustic guitar live, also as seen in Pitchfork’s Surveillance video series. Pretty much a perfect song.

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