Future Islands Are Streaming New Album ‘Singles’ Right Now
Synth-savvy romantics share LP No. 4 with NPR ahead of March 25 drop date
Future Islands gave the crowd at SPIN’s Stubb’s showcase during South By Southwest this past weekend, but now fans everywhere can check out Singles in full: The Baltimore synth-pop crew are streaming their fourth album in its entirety over at NPR. Due March 25, the upcoming LP succeeds 2011’s On the Water and marks Future Islands’ first full-length for new label home 4AD. Followers — David Letterman included — will be familiar with the record’s stellar opening track, “Seasons (Waiting On You),” and recently shared second taste “A Dream of You and Me.” Get acquainted with the rest of the 10-track set over at NPR (remember, Singles is one of 50 Albums You Gotta Hear in 2014), and check out photos from Future Islands’ thrilling performance at SPIN’s daytime SXSW party at Stubb’s.