Brooklyn trio Antlers return with second album Burst Apart tomorrow. This time around, they’ve broadened their sonic template and lightened the mood a bit — but they’re still very much the indie darlings who broke through with 2009’s Hospice.
While that debut was more or less a concept album, Burst Apart represents the journey the band has taken since they were thrust into the limelight. It’s already being lauded by fans and critics alike, so expect the buzz surrounding them to continue to grow.
Thanks to NPR, you can stream the entire album here. And if you scroll below, you can check out a blown out live take of album cut “Rolled Together.” It features chillwave auteur Alan Palomo of Neon Indian, who stopped by the Antlers’ Brooklyn studio to ‘jam’ last week. Enjoy: