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Chairlift Well Up on the Wistful ‘Crying in Public’

Everyone, at some point or another, has cried in public. (And if you say you haven’t, you’re either lying or made of stone.) This is the theme of Chairlift’s latest track from their forthcoming third studio album, Moth: Following singles “Ch-Ching” and “Romeo,” “Crying in Public” is a shimmering, mid-tempo cut that finds lead singer Caroline Polachek “causing a scene on the train” over “falling for you.” Listen below, and look for Moth on January 22 via Columbia.