Postal Service man’s new album set for April release

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Postal Service man’s new album set for April release
The Postal Service’s Jimmy Tamborello is set to release his third Dntel album entitled ‘Dumb Luck’ later this year, and it features some very special guests.

Jenny Lewis, Grizzly Bear and Conor Oberst all appear on the record, which Tamborello says will be released in April via Sub Pop.

The tracklisting is:

‘Dumb Luck’
‘To A Fault’
‘I'd Like To Know’
‘Roll On’
‘The Distance’
‘Rock My Boat’
‘Natural Resources’
‘Breakfast In Bed’
‘Dreams’


Tamborello has also been working on material for an additional project, Figurine, an electronic outfit also featuring James Figurine of The Postal Service.

--By our New York staff.
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