The new Liars album Mess is out next week, and the band is making a full album stream available this week through NPR Music. The album should prove be a landmark for Mute Records, the band's label. Although past Liars albums have proven the band to be all over the musical map in favor of experimentation, this album pushed the band in another direction, even it is part of the signature Mute Records sound.
NPR Music said "Yet the new album embraces the type of electro-pop that underpins the catalog of the band's parent label, Mute. Throughout the early 1980s, Mute Records built its brand on the likes of , and . On songs like "Vox Turned D.E.D." and "Can't Hear Well," Andrew uses his baritone to mimic the icy intonations of these hallmark acts, the gothic synth chord changes of Hemphill and Gross following suit. "I'm No Gold" even finds Liars doing Adult.-esque electro."
This is happening right from the awesome opening track Mask Maker. Give the album a try.
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