Following their recent rarities collection, Danish shoegazers the Raveonettes are getting ready to drop another stopgap release. On April 24, the band will release a new EP called Into the Night.
A press release describes the four-song collection as "a delightfully damaged ode to the letdowns of lost love, with dreamy harmonies that only Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo could create." These tunes are said to "continue the evolution of the distinctive Rave's sound."
You can see the album cover above. Below, you can stream the EP cut "Night Comes Out" and/or download it in exchange for an email address. As could be expected, the track showcases the fuzzy, goth-y type feel that the Raveonettes are known for.
This EP will reportedly pave the way for a new full-length, which the band will record at Sunset Sound in Los Angeles. It's due out sometime later this year, and will be the official follow-up to last year's Raven in the Grave.