Raveonettes have a new EP set to pop on April 24, titled Into the Night. It seems as if we might be in the EP era, with artists choosing to do more frequent collections of less songs ... definitely an interesting choice when you consider a lot of albums in the CD era were 3-5 interesting songs packaged with more tracks to stretch it into a full album. I guess it can be better when you focus on releasing the music that's good, and that you WANT to release as an artist, rather than what the label might dictate for working it up into a full album. But I digress ... The Raveonettes album has a lead single of "Night Comes Out," which you can listen to and download above. And even with my EP rant above, Raveonettes are also doing a full length release set for later this year, so we'll have to see about that!
"The EP is a delightfully damaged ode to the letdowns of lost love, with dreamy harmonies that only Sune Rose Wagner and Sharin Foo could create. Into The Night offers a fresh set of songs that continue the evolution of the distinctive Rave’s sound," reads the announcement from the band.