Tuesday 12 February 2013, 12:34 | By

Deerhunter’s Bradford Cox talks “nocturnal garage record”

In The Studio

Deerhunter

The Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ ATP co-hosts Deerhunter have revealed they’ve spent time in a studio in Brooklyn, finessing a sequel to their last LP circa 2010, the acclaimed ‘Halcyon Digest’, and filming silly neon trailers to go with it.

So far, the band’s Bradford Cox says to Rolling Stone, they have chosen twelve tracks from a cache of over 250 potentials. ‘Dream Captain’ and ‘Pensacola’ are titles to have made the final edit. And, he adds: “It’s a nocturnal garage record. I’ll tell you this. It’s a very avant-garde rock n roll record”.

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