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Lemonade's @LILINTERNET-directed video for "Orchid Bloom" is a dizzying look at our darkest nights, those ones when you're drunk and maybe a little high and your mind keeps flashing back to a past…   Read Story »
Lemonade released their third LP, Minus Tide, today and put out a video for album track "Durutti Shores" to mark the occasion. It'd be disingenuous to call the video sunny, though it does take place…   Read Story »
The New York trio Lemonade made their name by crafting hazy synthpop jams, and three albums into their career, they're sticking with the sound that brought them to the dance. The band's new LP Minus…   Read Story »
Quit Your Day Job is a series that ran on Stereogum from 2007 to 2013, and in that space, we talked to dozens of indie artists -- from Girl Talk to the National to Deerhunter to the Hold Steady --…   Read Story »
The Brooklyn band Lemonade will soon drop a full album of warm, rippling, reverb-heavy synthpop on the world; their Minus Tide album arrives next month, and we've already heard the early tracks…   Read Story »
After a quiet couple of years, Lemonade announced a new album, Minus Tide, and shared the gorgeously disorienting "Stepping" a few weeks back. New single "Orchid Bloom" is a similarly effervescent…   Read Story »
The first thing you hear on Lemonade's Minus Tide is the sound of an impossibly crisp drum machine quickly tumbling around before bleary synth stabs bleed in. It opens the album with the feeling of…   Read Story »
A few months ago, the Brooklyn warehouse-pop duo Lemonade came with a new free-download single called "Perfect Blue," which married DIY grit to radio-pop sweep. Now they've followed it up with…   Read Story »
A few days late but stacked with excellence, here is your collection of May's absolute jams. For optimal ease of consumption, you'll find it here in three forms: a 12-track downloadable zip of the…   Read Story »
Brooklyn dance-rockers Lemonade, fresh off of their 2012 album Diver, have a new single up online called "Perfect Blue," and it sounds like a particularly sensitive relic of the late-'90s boy-band…   Read Story »