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The Vancouver band's eighth full-length record has arrived via Collected Works Records/Concord and are headed out on tour in support of the new album.
Leading up to the record's release, the band dropped "One Kind of Solomon" to hype fans up. Frontman A.C. Newman explained the meaning behind the track in a statement.
In terms of keyboards, this record has such a Kathryn Calder stamp. There was a point where she started playing this part on 'Solomon' and I feel like it just changed the record. When I heard what she did with it, I said, "Do this on every song."
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