Final week, the Avalanches started teasing one factor by a sequence of social media updates and billboards. That one factor is now proper right here: A model new tune known as “We Will Always Love You,” the Australian group's first supplies since their long-in-the-works 2016 album Wildflower . The tune choices genuine contributions from Blood Orange's Dev Hynes, who’s positioned in a warmth tapestry of fuzz and samples that embrace ones from Smokey Robinson and the Roches.
The Avalanches shared a press launch regarding the tune, which moreover confirms that they’ve a model new album on the easiest way:
Typically we receive a message. Telling us our music has been there; by darkish cases, loneliness, loss.
There aren’t any phrases to particular how shifting or profound this reference to you is.
As a results of the music was born out of such moments itself, and so it’s felt, by these with open hearts, on the an identical wavelength it was first created.
Morse Code beamed and obtained by hearts and hearts alike
Our new report is about such journeys, from darkness to light. About life after (all forms of) dying. In regards to the transcendent nature of music itself.
Each voice ever carried out on the radio over the past 100 years now exists inside the stars; the transmissions of these singers are eternally floating spherical in the marketplace, misplaced inside the cosmos, limitless touring.
Tonight Smokey Robinson duets with Dev Hynes and The Roches. These spirits are in the marketplace.
We’re each a tune, floating in space.
And this one’s for you.
“We Will Always Love You” is out now by the use of Astralwerks Data.