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Deafheaven Ready New Album for 2018 Release

The follow-up to 2015’s New Bermuda is due later this year

Photo courtesy of Deafheaven

Deafheaven are making their next moves. The metal band posted a photo on their social media platforms of the members recording in a studio with the caption “2018.” See the photo below. Deafheaven’s representatives have confirmed with Pitchfork that the band are currently working on a new album at 25th St. Recording in Oakland with their frequent collaborator, producer Jack Shirley. They’re “expecting” to release the album sometime later this year via Anti-. The upcoming record follows the band’s 2015 album New Bermuda. Last year, Deafheaven’s George Clarke contributed to a “Lost at Sea” remix with Youth Code and Chelsea Wolfe to support Planned Parenthood.

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