New Music: Marmoset

Marmoset will release a new album through Secretly Canadian, their first in 5 years, on July 24. Florist Fired resumes the band’s hazy, narcotic take on folk-rock, and is streaming in its entirety at the SC/Jag website. I’m on my second time through the stream now and I have to say that I’m really liking what I’m hearing - sort of an early Guided By Voices (for the lo-fi sound and sense of melody) meets The Velvet Underground’s self-titled third album.

MP3 :: Missing Man
(from Florist Fired)

And since it has been so long since the last new music from Marmoset, Secretly Canadian is offering a whole bunch of free downloads from the band’s back catalog. They’re calling it a “greatest hits.. from the grossly underappreciated Marmoset albums Hiddenforbidden, Today It's You, Record In Red and Mishawaka”. Click HERE for that.

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