Hear An Outtake From The Wrens’ New Song “Three Types Of Reading Ambiguity”

Hear An Outtake From The Wrens’ New Song “Three Types Of Reading Ambiguity”

The Wrens already shared one outtake from their first new album in 12 years — which is officially done, hallelujah, and is coming out on a label this year — and now they’ve offered up some music that was excised from album track “Three Types Of Reading Ambiguity.” As they explain on SoundCloud, it’s a very short section cut from a very long song:

Another to end on the cutting room floor, unmixed. Nixing this middle section shaves over a minute off the song and brings it down to a more presentable AM-radio-hit length of a mere 8 minutes.

As for the sound of it, although the Wrens promise it won’t be on the level of The Meadowlands, it sure sounds a lot like The Meadowlands, which can only be good. Listen below.

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