Atlanta post-punk weirdos Warehouse have announced the follow-up album to their excellent debut, Tesseract. The new record is called super low, and will drop via Bayonet Records on September 30th. The lead single is “Reservoir,” an anthemic grunge-pop love song that more or less leaves the quirky math rock antics of their first effort in the dust. As NPR point out, Warehouse initially came together through a shared interest in bands like the B-52s, R.E.M. and Pylon–this seems to be direction of their new album.
Stream Warehouse’s Tesseract LP, because quirky math rock antics are still cool.