LCD Soundsystem stream new album track online - listen to 'Drunk Girls' now

Track is streamed officially following leak

LCD Soundsystem stream new album track online - listen to 'Drunk Girls' now
LCD Soundsystem have posted a track from their forthcoming third album online.

You can listen to 'Drunk Girls' below.

The song, second track on the as yet untitled album from James Murphy's collective, initially leaked online, but is now being streamed officially.

Meahwile LCD Soundsystem have announced they will be playing a pair of hometown shows on May 20 and 21.

"After much deliberation, it looks like we’re going to play shows in New York, where we live," the band wrote on LCDsoundsystem.com. "After the shows we're going to sleep in our own beds, which is somewhat amazing. We're playing at Terminal 5."

The band also posted up a new clip from their studio sessions, which you can watch below, which hint that there will be more guitar on the forthcoming album.


'Drunk Girls'




LCD Soundsystem studio update



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