Vampire Weekend Tease New Singles with Two Hours of Looped Guitar

Both "Harmony Hall" and "2021" arrive this week
Vampire Weekend Tease New Singles with Two Hours of Looped Guitar
After frontman Ezra Koenig shared details of the band's long-awaited fourth album last week, Vampire Weekend are teasing the imminent arrival of two new songs with a two-hour long video.

Today, the band teased the arrival of singles "Harmony Hall" and "2021" with a clip titled "120 Minutes of Harmony Hall Guitars." The looping guitar lick is later accompanied by a soft background vocal and is sure to be stuck in your head after a few listens.

The video itself features a pair of graphics titled "The Sacred Tree of the Sephiroth" which slowly cycle through colours. You can watch the video below.

"Harmony Hall" and "2021" will mark the first new music from Vampire Weekend in six years. As previously reported, the band's fourth LP is currently known as FOTB. Koenig revealed the effort to run 59 minutes in length, adding that two songs will arrive each month until the record's release.