Artist: Tame Impala

Album: The Slow Rush

Release Date: February 14. You can preorder here, and order it on vinyl here.

Tracklist: 

1. "One More Year" 2. "Instant Destiny" 3. "Borderline" 4. "Posthumous Forgiveness" 5. "Breathe Deeper" 6. "Tomorrow’s Dust" 7. "On Track" 8. "Lost in Yesterday" 9. "Is It True" 10. "It Might Be Time" 11. "Glimmer" 12. "One More Hour"

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Listening Parties: Australian fans will be among the first to officially hear the new record tomorrow, February 12 at Sydney’s Civic Underground and Melbourne’s Globe Alley — two days before the album officially drops.

Doors for both parties open at 10 pm local time, and it’s first in best dressed. On the 13th, Tame Impala returns to Perth for a hometown listening event.

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Editor’s Notes: Back in October last year, Kevin Parker aka Tame Impala shared a mysterious video to his Instagram, announcing the 2020 release of The Slow Rush. Soon after, Parker  confirmed the album's February 14 release date, accompanied by a new track, titled “It Might Be Time.”

After five years, there's a lot of hype around the new album. Tone Deaf has already suggested that the album could be the “greatest Tame Impala album yet,” and called it “a self-assured record that showcases a musical evolution from being ahead of the curve to setting the trend, The Slow Rush is the record that Tame Impala fans have been waiting for.”

We spoke to Parker about the inner workings of the new album and its direction. “I’ve always loved electronic music. I’ve always loved house music,” he explained.“It fits with my perspective on music, anyway.”

Along with “It Might Be Time,” the album also includes the previously released track, “Borderline” and “Lost in Yesterday.” Watch the music video below.

In total, The Slow Rush is made up of 12 tracks and was recorded, produced, and mixed by Parker between Los Angeles and his hometown of Fremantle, Australia.

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