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Sylvan Esso have a new album coming later this year, give teaser-track 'Ferris Wheel' a listen

"We’re trying to make pop songs that aren’t on the radio, because they’re too weird."
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Published: 10:37 am, July 21, 2020
Sylvan Esso have a new album coming later this year, give teaser-track 'Ferris Wheel' a listen

Sylvan Esso have a new album coming later this year.

Their third record, 'Free Love' is due for release on 25th September, preceded by teaser-track 'Ferris Wheel'.

“At the heart of Sylvan Esso is this really fun argument,” says one half of the duo Amelia Meath. “Nick wants things to sound unsettling, but I want you to take your shirt off and dance.

"We’re trying to make pop songs that aren’t on the radio, because they’re too weird. It’s a pop band, but we’re talking about complicated emotions.”

The full tracklisting reads:

1. What If
2. Frequency
3. Ring
4. Ferris Wheel
5. Train
6. Free
7. Numb
8. Runaway
9. Rooftop
10. Make It Easy

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