Hear the Antlers' Sleepily Inviting 'Hotel'

Track can be found on 'Familiars' LP, out June 17 via Anti-

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The Antlers' "Hotel" single art
Kyle McGovern WRITTEN BY
Kyle McGovern

The Antlers will return on June 17 with their fourth album, Familiars. News of the upcoming LP came paired with a Hana Tajima-directed video for the record's gentle lead single, "Palace." Now, the Brooklyn trio — singer Peter Silberman, multi-instrumentalist Darby Cicci, and drummer Michael Lerner — have shared another track from the full-length follow-up to 2011's Burst Apart. The just-revealed "Hotel" trades on the Antlers' strengths: drowsy horns, twinkling keyboard bits, muted guitar, and lyrics that confront mortality, whether they're intended to or not. "And when I check out," Silberman sings, "It won't matter how my name's spelled." 

Listen to "Hotel" below, and head over to iTunes to pre-order Familiars.

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