Duster Share "Copernicus Crater"

The song comes from their first new record since 2000
Duster Share 'Copernicus Crater'
Following last month's announcement that Duster are returning with new music for the first time in 19 years, the band have shared a brand new track from their upcoming self-titled studio record.

The song is called "Copernicus Crater," and it arrives today alongside accompanying visuals. The video itself is an artistic feat, intersplicing closeup images of the band members' faces, mixed with flailing female legs and serene landscapes. The whole thing is at once silly and serious.

You can watch the "Copernicus Crater" video below, or stream the song on its own.

"Copernicus Crater" follows the release of the band's non-album single "Interstellar Tunnel," which arrived July 2. 

Duster is due December 13 via Muddguts Records. Pre-orders are available now over at Muddguts' online store. View the tracklisting below.

Duster were formed in San Jose in 1996 by Clay Parton and Canaan Dove Amber. The duo were joined by Jason Albertini during the recording of their debut album, 1998's Stratosphere, and the trio later recorded 1999 EP 1975 and their 2000 sophomore album Contemporary Movement before breaking up in 2001.

Earlier this year, the band released a retrospective box set compilation titled Capsule Losing Contact.


1. Copernicus Crater
2. I'm Lost
3. Chocolate And Mint
4. Summer War
5. Lomo
6. Damaged
7. Letting Go
8. Go Back
9. Hoya Paranoia
10. Ghoulish
11. Ghost World
12. The Thirteen