The Raveonettes - Peahi

After two years since releasing their latest album „Observator”, The Raveonettes came back with a new record. It’s called „Pe’ahi”, was released via Beat Dies and Justin Meldal-Johnsen took care of the production. The Raveonettes released “Pe’ahi” by surprise – without any earlier announcements or date given – and the material saw the daylight yesterday, on 22. July 2014. The 10 compositions from the new album prove that this band, after 10 years of playing together, can still amaze and present a truly fresh look on noisy rock music.

Before releasing “Pe’ahi”, Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo shared a single called „Sisters”, which you can download for free from the band’s official website. The duo also published a lyrics video clip to another song “Endless Sleeper”. Sune Rose Wagner describes the song:

„It’s about a horrific near-drowning experience I had in Hawaii some years ago. It’s about taking risks in order to exist. The song features a lot of recurring musical ideas of „Pe’ahi” such as Old Skool breakbeats, exaggerated dynamics, unconventional song structures, staccato guitar picking, intense layered vocals, etc.

You can stream the whole new The Raveonettes album “Pe’ahi” via Spotify or buy it via iTunes – we hope you’ll get as excited as we are about this record!

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