Beloved indie rock vets Deerhoof have recently announced the release of a new album that will be dropping via Polyvinyl records this year. The title: La Isla Bonita. The release date: November 4th. PSYCHED! PUMPED!
"Exit Only" is the first track the band has seen fit to release from the upcoming album, but I've actually heard the rest of this release already. I ain't saying that to try to get you pissed off at me or nothin', but I can confirm that there are at least a few tracks on this record that follow suit in the heavy, riff-laden vibe of "Exit Only," which is easily one of the most hard-hitting songs in the band's growing discography.
As far as the vibe or style of this song, well, it's Deerhoof. The band's got one of the most idiosyncratic approaches to music today. Greg's tight fills, Satomi's absurdist lyrics, and the group's typically strange melodies and grooves all ring through on this new cut. The most noticeable difference is how heavy the song feels for Deerhoof, which I don't mind at all. BRING IT ON!