Deerhunter Share Idiosyncratic New Single "Element"

Music News
Jasmine Albertson
photo by Beth Crook

Deerhunter are releasing a new album next month titled Why Hasn’t Everything Already Disappeared?. It will be their eighth studio album, following up on 2015’s Fading Frontier. Today, the Bradford Cox-led band have shared the second single from the record, “Element.” The idiosyncratic song features unique, semi-psychedelic instrumentation and is described by Cox as “an elegy for ecology (a landscape done in toxic watercolors).” It follows last month’s more straightforward and dreamy lead single “Death in Midsummer.”

Listen to “Element” below.


Related News & Reviews

Live Reviews

Live Review: Deerhunter and Atlas Sound at Showbox at the Market 10/21/15

A Deerhunter show is never just going to be Bradford Cox and company playing songs for two hours. This, as they’ve established in the past decade, is just not how the Atlanta band works. The gig might not always be as chaotic as the now-infamous “My Sharona” show and Cox might not run offstage, lea…

Read More
Album Reviews

Album Review: Deerhunter - Monomania

If he weren't so dead-set on making music that could be deemed as capital "A" art, Deerhunter frontman Bradford Cox could be a very good rock star. He's outspoken, audacious, practically writes his own headlines, and is absolutely impossible to look away from when he brings his A-game (and, occasio…

Read More