||Inertia Distribution: CAD2821CD.
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||Halfway Home--Crying--Dancing Choose--Stork & Owl--Golden Age--Family Tree--Red Dress--Love Dog--Shout Me Out--Dlz--Lover's Day.
Over two years since their astonishing 2006 album "Return to Cookie Mountain", New York avant garde standard-bearers TV ON THE RADIO return with their long-awaited new album "Dear Science". Produced by the group?s multi-instrumentalist Dave Sitek (who earlier this year topped NME's "Future 50" list of "most forward thinking people in music today"), "Dear Science" finds the Brooklyn group fine-tuning what they did best on "Return to Cookie Mountain". The band's Brooklyn friends: the Afro-funk group ANTIBALAS, lend some golden horn rave-ups to "Red Dress" and Katrina Ford of CELEBRATION delivers angelic harmonies on orchestral closer "Lover's Day". But if beautifully damaged tracks such as "Dreams" and "Ambulance" from their debut album "Desperate Youth, Blood Thirsty Babes" is what does it for you, don't worry - TV On The Radio's latest addition still goes for the jugular in the melancholic and moody department.