Hear Eleanor Friedberger’s new song, “In Between Stars”

It's the first taster from her album Rebound, due in May

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Sometime Fiery Furnaces frontwoman Eleanor Friedberger will release her new solo album, Rebound, on May 4.

The synth-heavy record is inspired by Stereolab, Suicide and a visit to an Athens goth disco. Hear the song “In Between Stars” below:

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Friedberger plays the following shows this spring, including a date at London’s Moth Club on April 4.

2/15/18 New York, NY @ City Vineyard at Pier 26
2/16/18 Boston, MA @ City Winery
2/17/18 Northampton, MA @ Iron Horse Music Hall
4/4/18 London, UK @ Moth Club
4/28/18 Kingston, NY @ BSP
5/1/18 New York, NY @ Bowery Ballroom
5/3/18 Toronto, ON @ The Drake
5/5/18 Chicago, IL @ Lincoln Hall
5/9/18 Los Angeles, CA @ Moroccan Lounge

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