Watch a video for Deerhunter’s new song, “Death In Midsummer”

It's taken from their upcoming album Why Hasn't Everything Already Disappeared?, out Jan 18

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Deerhunter have announced that their new album Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? will be released via 4AD on January 18.

Watch a video for opening track “Death In Midsummer” below:

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Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? was produced by Cate LeBon, Ben H. Allen III, Ben Etter and Deerhunter in various locations in LA, Texas and Atlanta. According to the accompanying notes, inspirations for the songs include the Russian revolution, James Dean’s last film, Europe in the rain and the murder of Labour MP Jo Cox.

You can pre-order Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared? here.

The December 2018 issue of Uncut is now on sale in the UK – with Bob Dylan on the cover. The issue also comes with a unique 12-track Bob Dylan CD, The Best Of The Bootleg Series, featuring an exclusive track from Dylan’s latest boxset. Elsewhere in the issue you’ll find exclusive features on the Small Faces, Jeff Tweedy, the Psychedelic Furs, Moses Sumney, Sister Sledge, Jeff Goldblum, Marianne Fathfull, Ty Segall, Roger Daltrey, Klaus Voormann and many more.

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