TV on the Radio - Dear Science
NME.COM feature on TV on the Radio - Dear Science album including album review, artwork, tracks, listen now, tour dates, discography and more.
Release date: 16 September 2008
For someone who has achieved so much – producing Scarlett Johansson, collaborating with David Bowie and standing proud at the top of NME’s Future 50 – it’s strange how there remains something of the underachiever to David Sitek. Blame TV On The Radio. It was TVOTR’s glorious 2003 EP ‘Young Liars’, made in vocalist Tunde Adebimpe’s Brooklyn loft, that brought Sitek to national...
- Sep 17, 2008
Tracklisting click track to read more
- Halfway Home
- Dancing Choose
- Stork & Owl
- Golden Age
- Family Tree
- Red Dress
- Love Dog
- Shout Me Out
- Lover's Day
They might have seemed worthy in the past, but the US art rockers are clearly having fun this time around…
- Apr 6, 2011
Maybe that recently announced hiatus is needed...02 Brixton Academy, Monday July 13
- Jul 24, 2009
Their new album might just have leaked, but the Brooklynites are in a playful mood. Starlite Lounge, Edmonton, Canada (September 10)
- Sep 26, 2008
The band previously premiered the track live at their curated edition of ATP
Song premiered during last weekend's ATP Festival...
Frontman Tunde Adebimpe updates fans on latest activity from New York band
TV on the Radio - Dear Science: Wikipedia Album Entry
Dear Science (often referred to as Dear Science,) is the fourth studio album from New York based band TV on the Radio. It was released via Interscope Records in the US, and licenced through 4AD in Europe and all remaining territories. Despite the marketed release date of September 23, the album was released to the American iTunes Store for download on September 16. The album is also available as a vinyl LP with a free mp3 download coupon.
Dear Science was named the best album of 2008 by Rolling Stone, The Guardian, Spin Magazine, Consequence of Sound, MTV, Entertainment Weekly, Pitchfork Media's readers poll, and was ranked 7th in Q Magazine's list of the 50 best albums of 2008, where it was described as "art rock with a human face". Wireless Bollinger, Uncut and the NME placed it at #2 in their top albums of 2008. John Earls placed it at #4 on Planet Sound's top 50 albums of 2008.
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