Animal Collective confirm new Grateful Dead sampling EP details

Uncut Music Award 2009 nominees to release 5 brand new tracks

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Uncut Music Award 2009 nominees Animal Collective have confirmed details of a new EP, ‘Fall Be Kind’ which will be released digitally on November 23.

The five track EP will also be available on 12″ vinyl and CD from December 14 and is the band’s first new material since releasing the highly acclaimed
album ‘Merriwether Post Pavilion’ in January.

The track “What Would I Want? Sky” features a sample from The Grateful Dead‘s “Unbroken Chain” – it is the first time the ‘Dead have officially licensed a sample to anothert artist.

Read the full transcript of the Uncut Music Award judges verdict on Animal Collective’s ‘Merriweather Post Pavillion’ here

The ‘Fall Be Kind’ track list is:

“Graze”
“What Would I Want? Sky”
“Bleed”
“On A Highway”
“I Think I Can”


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