Unknown Mortal Orchestra stream new album ‘Multi-Love’ – listen

The band's third LP will be released via Jagjaguwar on May 25

Unknown Mortal Orchestra are streaming their new album online.

The group’s third album ‘Multi-Love’ will be released via Jagjaguwar on May 25. First, stream it in full via NPR.

Speaking about the album in a press release, frontman Ruben Nielson said he wants the record to “rebel against the typical view of what an artist is today.” He explained, “It’s more about being someone who makes things happen in concrete ways. Building old synthesizers and bringing them back to life, creating sounds that aren’t quite like anyone else’s. I think that’s much more subversive.”

The ‘Multi-Love’ tracklisting:

‘Multi-Love’
‘Like Acid Rain’
‘Ur Life One Night’
‘Can’t Keep Checking My Phone’
‘Extreme Wealth and Casual Cruelty’
‘The World Is Crowded’
‘Stage or Screen’
‘Necessary Evil’
‘Puzzles’

The New Zealand band recently announced a short UK tour in September 2015. They will play four dates in September; Brighton on September 22, Birmingham and Manchester before ending in Nottingham on September 28. The band will also perform at Latitude festival in July.

Unknown Mortal Orchestra will play:

Brighton Concorde 2 (September 22)
Birmingham The Institute (24)
Manchester The Ritz (25)
Nottingham The Rescue Rooms (28)