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  • The National's Matt Berninger and Ramona Falls' Brent Knopf have joined forces on a new LP under the name EL VY (pronounced like the plural of Elvis). They've shared the lyric video for the title track from their upcoming album Return to the Moon. The LP drops on October 30. [Pitchfork]

  • Mac DeMarco's been busy with his mini LP Another One, but that hasn't kept him from recording new material. The singer-songwriter delivered a dreamy cover of Eric Clapton's classic "Change the World." The single will be featured on The Editorial Magazine's first cassette tape, which can be ordered here. [SPIN]

  • After signing with label Rough Trade worldwide, Brooklyn rock band Parquet Courts have announced plans to release a new album. It's called Monastic Living and is expected to drop on November 13. You can pre-order it here. [Stereogum]

  • Albert Hammond Jr. is making the late night TV rounds in support of his recent solo album Momentary Masters. Last night he stopped by The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon and performed his track "Losing Touch." Check it out below. [CoS]

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