Stars Announce October Release for New LP, Share "Fluorescent Light"

They're also teasing a forthcoming film titled 'Dinner with Stars'
Stars Announce October Release for New LP, Share 'Fluorescent Light'
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On the heels of sharing "Privilege" and "We Called It Love" last month, Stars have revealed when listeners can expect their new full-length.

As NPR reports, the band's There Is No Love in Fluorescent Light will arrive in October of this year through Last Gang, with Peter Katis handling the role of producer. The band have shared another track from the forthcoming disc in "Fluorescent Light," which you can hear in the player below.

"Does no one fall in love under fluorescent light? Pretty sure that's not true, as many an office romance could attest," the band told NPR. "But as a statement in support of love's delusions, we will stand by it. In love, the lights are different, softer; the air has more oxygen in it; and for a second, all you need is a good chorus to believe this might be the one. It's a Stars song, but with Peter Katis producing it. So it's spaghetti with tomato sauce, but Mario Batali cooked it. So eat it."

Stars are also teasing a new film titled Dinner with Stars, in which the group eats a meal together. "In an age where you have to call an album a playlist and a video an event, this is just another one of our little films we make that let you know you're not alone," they wrote. "You're only as good as your best story, and it helps if there's music. Enjoy."

Find "Fluorescent Light" and a trailer for Dinner with Stars in the players below.