The Antlers Announce New EP, Get Neon Indian, Bear In Heaven to Guest

The Antlers Announce New EP, Get Neon Indian, Bear In Heaven to Guest
Earlier this year, Brooklyn trio the Antlers delivered Burst Apart, an album band leader Peter Silberman described as "energetic and, in its way, psychedelic." But apparently there were some extra tunes left over, as the band have just announced a companion EP entitled (together).

Set for a November 22 release on Frenchkiss Records, the eight-song affair collects a few alternate takes of Burst Apart numbers, as well as remixes, leftovers and a cover of the XX's "VCR."

Chillwaver Neon Indian also stops by to tackle "Rolled Together," while fellow Brooklynites Bear in Heaven help Antlers out on "Parentheses." You can check a long-ass practice space jam of both bands hazily getting through the slowburner via some spaced-out guitar washes and electronic bloops down below.

Thanks to Consequence of Sound for the tip.

(together):

1. "Parentheses" (PVT remix)

2. "Tongue Tied"

3. "French Exit" (SNRF version)

4. "I Don't Want Love" (Peter's version)

5. "VCR" (The XX cover)

6. "Hounds" (with Nicole Atkins)

7. "Rolled Together" (with Neon Indian)

8. "Parentheses" (with Bear In Heaven)

The Antlers & Bear In Heaven - Parentheses from Adam Hall on Vimeo.