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Listen: Tame Impala – Apocalypse Dreams

Written by John Ritchie on July 9, 2012

After releasing a short teaser video in June, Tame Impala have now given us a full track from their upcoming album Lonerism. The track Apocalypse Dreams can be streamed in full below. The first official release from the album will be the single Elephant, which is due out this month.

Lonerism was recorded entirely by Tame Impala frontman Kevin Parker and mixed by David Fridmann. The album will be released through Modular Records in October this year.

The band’s first live comeback performance will be at the Splendour in the Grass festival later this month. Music Feeds will be on site at Splendour providing live updates, photos and video interviews.


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