Boards Of Canada to release first new album in eight years

Boards Of Canada have announced plans to release their first new album in eight years. The reclusive duo will put out Tomorrow's Harvest on June 10 via Warp Records. The album will consist of 17 tracks. Scroll down for the full tracklisting. Boards Of Canada, who comprise brothers Marcus Eoin and Michael Sandison, last released an album - The Campfire Headphase - in 2005. The duo haven't performed live since 2001. The Tomorrow's Harvest tracklisting is: 'Gemini' 'Reach For The Dead' 'White Cyclosa' 'Jacquard Causeway' 'Telepath'

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Boards Of Canada have announced plans to release their first new album in eight years.

The reclusive duo will put out Tomorrow’s Harvest on June 10 via Warp Records. The album will consist of 17 tracks. Scroll down for the full tracklisting.

Boards Of Canada, who comprise brothers Marcus Eoin and Michael Sandison, last released an album – The Campfire Headphase – in 2005.

The duo haven’t performed live since 2001.

The Tomorrow’s Harvest tracklisting is:

‘Gemini’
‘Reach For The Dead’
‘White Cyclosa’
‘Jacquard Causeway’
‘Telepath’
‘Cold Earth’
‘Transmisiones Ferox’
‘Sick Times’
‘Collapse’
‘Palace Posy’
‘Split Your Infinities’
‘Uritual’
‘Nothing Is Real’
‘Sundown’
‘New Seeds’
‘Come To Dust’
‘Semena Mertvykh’

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