Animal Collective name their new album

Animal Collective have revealed that their new studio album will be titled Centipede Hz. The Baltimore electro-psychedelic band will release the album, which is the 10th LP of their career, in September via Domino Records. The band made the announcement via a video on their official website, which revealed the record's title, a September release and a number of song titles.

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Animal Collective have revealed that their new studio album will be titled Centipede Hz.

The Baltimore electro-psychedelic band will release the album, which is the 10th LP of their career, in September via Domino Records.

The band made the announcement via a video on their official website, which revealed the record’s title, a September release and a number of song titles.

Songs set to feature on Centipede Hz include “Moonjock”, “Today’s Supernatural”, “Rosie Oh”, “Applesauce”, “Wide Eyed”, “Father Time”, “New Town Burnout”, “Monkey Riches”, “Mercury Man”, “Pulleys” and “Amanita”. To watch the video, head to Myanimalhome.net.

Animal Collective will precede the release of their new album with a two-track single next month. The tracks, which are titled “Gotham” and “Honeycomb”, will be released on June 26 via digital download and on 7” vinyl. It is unknown whether either track will feature on Centipede Hz.

Centipede Hz is the band’s first full-length studio album since their 2009 effort Merriweather Post Pavillion and follows the release in 2010 of the band’s “visual album” ODDSAC.

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