Danish duo move in a poppier direction on new record
The Raveonettes have announced details for their new album ‘In And Out Of Control’.
The band say the album, which was written and recorded in a three-month period in Denmark with DFA and Junior Senior producer Thomas Troelson, sees them move in a poppier direction. It’s out on October 5.
“We spent two years coming up with the sound and songs for [2007 album] ‘Lust Lust Lust’ which was recorded in my apartment in New York City and was the darkest record we ever made,” the band’s Sune Rose Wagner said in a statement. “We always hated repeating ourselves, so we set the bar really high for ‘In And Out Of Control’.”
The tracklisting for ‘In And Out Of Control’ is:
‘Boys Who Rape (Should Be Destroyed)’
‘Heart Of Stone’
‘Oh, I Buried You Today’
‘Breaking Into Cars’
‘Break Up Girls!’
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