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Vampire Weekend are dropping two new tracks next week

'Sunflower' and 'Big Blue' will be the next tasters from the band's much anticipated new record 'Father of the Bride'.
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Published: 9:07 pm, February 28, 2019
Vampire Weekend are dropping two new tracks next week

Vampire Weekend have announced when we can expect the next double drop from their forthcoming album 'Father of the Bride'.

'Sunflower' and 'Big Blue' will be the next two tasters from the band's much anticipated new record, and will be with us next Wednesday, 6th March.

"Wanted to get it out in February," they write in an Instagram post, "but we were convinced by intelligent people to wait a week to get some ducks in a row."

It looks like said ducks are finally getting in formation, because we're promised "lots more coming/happening in Phase 2."

"It's about to get pretty busy," they promise.

The tracks follow up on last month's '2021' and 'Harmony Hall', the latter of which since received a video featuring the likes of Jonah Hill, Ariel Rechtshaid and Devonté Hynes.

'Father of the Bride' is yet to get a final release date, but is expected some time this spring.

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SUNFLOWER / BIG BLUE OUT NEXT WEDNESDAY, MARCH 6. wanted to get it out in February but we were convinced by intelligent people to wait a week to get some ducks in a row. Lots more coming/happening in Phase 2. It’s about to get pretty busy. A couple fun facts: Sunflower is the sibling song of Flower Moon. Big Blue was played off the speakers at our Lollapalooza aftershow in Chicago last summer. (Who was there??) SEE U NEXT WEEK

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