Tame Impala have gifted fans with a new single before the year’s end titled, ‘Posthumous Forgiveness’ off their forthcoming album ‘The Slow Rush’.
Tame Impala are set to play their first UK show after the release of their fourth album, 'The Slow Rush', on 14 February.
Along with confirming the new album, he also debuted a new track, appropriately titled, ‘It Might Be Time’.
Tame Impala’s ‘Lonerism’ is a grand experiment in psychedelic pop, paired with eloquent, introspective lyricism.
In its quest for a fresh start, Tame Impala’s ‘Currents’ reveals layers of hope, uncertainty and anxiety beneath its warm, inviting surface.
The eclectic festival takes place at Austin’s Zilker Park over two weekends: 4-6 October and 11-13 October.
The Australian psych-pop band will kick off in North America starting on 26 July in Toronto.
Weekend two’s stream will feature two Youtube channels: Coachella Curated and a live stream of the Yuma Tent.
‘Borderline’ picks up where ‘Currents’ left off, embracing a more dance-pop sound and experimenting with sweeping synths and disco basslines.
The Kevin Parker-fronted indie-rock outfit will be hitting the road this summer starting 8 June at O2 Arena in London.
The band also performed a brand new song titled 'Borderline' during their on-screen slot.
The track is his first new music since his Grammy-nominated, gold-certified 2015 album release, 'Currents.'
The Chicago festival will return to Grant Park this summer from 1-4 August with tickets on sale now.
The first raft of acts also includes performances from Liam Gallagher, Janet Jackson, George Ezra, Miley Cyrus and Tame Impala.
The new 12-track record will also feature the songs ‘Imagine’ and ‘7 Rings’.