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  • Beloved Boise band Built to Spill share another track from their upcoming eighth album, Untethered Moon. Stream the single "Never Be The Same" below, which appears to have some excellent kitten action for the cover art. You can catch the boys at a hometown show on Friday, March 27th at the Treefort Music Festival in Boise, Idaho. Untethered Moon hits stores April 21st via Warner Bros. [Spin]

  • Britpop giants Blur share a new track today, too: stream the single "Lonesome Street" from their forthcoming full-length The Magic Whip. For a band who've been on hiatus for 12 years, they sound as great as ever with Graham Coxon and Damon Albarn sharing vocal duties on the track. The Magic Whip hits stores April 28th via Parlophone. [Pitchfork]

  • It'll be a week before you can get your hands on new Death Cab for Cutie album, but you can stream the entire thing online, via NPR Music. Hear the highly-anticipated full-length Kintsugi here; the band's first album in four years since 2011's Codes And Keys, and their first album without founding member Chris Walla. Kintsugi hits stores on March 31st via Atlantic. The band plays Saturday, October 3rd and Sunday, October 4th at The Paramount. [Under the Radar]

  • UK dance-pop band The Go! Team return with their fourth album, The Scene Between, out tomorrow on Memphis Industries. All week long, will debut video clips for the new release, kicking off with this dreamy video for the album's opening track "What D’You Say?". Frontman Ian Parton told Buzzfeed, "I often think in colours and for some reason I keep imagining pink with this song." Watch the clip below, and keep an eye on Buzzfeed for more videos throughout the week. [Buzzfeed]

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