Tame Impala Shares New Album Details, Premieres 'Eventually': Listen

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Kevin Parker of Tame Impala performs onstage during day 1 of the 2015 Coachella Valley Music & Arts Festival (Weekend 1) at the Empire Polo Club on April 10, 2015 in Indio, California.  

Tame Impala isn’t done drip-feeding the good stuff from its forthcoming album release. The psychedelic rock outfit has shared another new song ahead of its third studio set Currents, which is now slated to drop worldwide on July 17.

Kevin Parker’s award-winning group posted the dreamy new track "Eventually" overnight. Listen to it below. 

It’s the fourth piece of music Tame Impala has teased from Currents. The first track "Let It Happen" arrived in March, and was followed by the first official single "‘Cause I’m a Man". At the start of the month, Parker unleashed a cut of the fuzz-rock track "Disciples" while participating in a Reddit AMA

"Weirdly enough I can still listen to each of these new songs and not feel the need to skip, which is rare for me after 2 years of working on them,” he wrote.

Watch Tame Impala Perform 'Let It Happen' on 'Conan'

The 13-track Currents is the follow-up to the group’s critically-praised sophomore album Lonerism from 2012. Lonerism earned "album of the year" nods from NME, FasterLouder and Street Press Australia, and high rankings in year-end lists for The Guardian, The Sunday Times, Uncut, MOJO, Clash, BBC Music and Spin, and was named record of the year for the inaugural Record Store Day Adapter Prize. Both Lonerism and its predecessor, 2010’s Innerspeaker, have taken out Triple J's J Award; no other band has won the award twice. The Perth-based act also dominated the 2013 ARIA Awards, winning for best group, best album and best rock album.

"Currents" Tracklisting:
1. "Let It Happen"
2. "Nangs"
3. "The Moment"
4. "Yes I'm Changing"
5. "Eventually"
6. "Gossip"
7. "The Less I Know The Better"
8. "Past Life"
9. "Disciples"
10. "Cause I'm A Man"
11. "Reality In Motion"
12. "Love/Paranoia"
13. "New Person, Same Old Mistakes"


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