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Listen: Museum of Love’s new song “In Infancy”

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    Last June, former LCD Soundsystem drummer Pat Mahoney and Dennis “Jee Day” McNany of The Juan MacLean came together as Museum of Love. Already in its short existence, the pair has released a few singles, most notably “Down South and “Monotronic”, and recently made its live debut at  Moogfest. Now, they’ve announced the release of their self-titled debut album, due out August 19th via DFA Records.

    In anticipation, Museum of Love has unveiled the album’s lead single, “In Infancy”. Whereas its predecessors were more New Wave-inspired, “In Infancy” veers toward the realm of lush and hazy synth-pop, with McNany’s quasi-falsetto croon paired with the slow moving tides of chirpy synths and multi-layered drums. There’s definitely some tinges of disco, but this effort’s far more glowing and transcendental than any ordinary dance groove.

    Listen in below (via The FADER).

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    Museum of Love also recently shared a trailer for the album, which features a snippet of the track entitled “The Who’s Who of Who Cares”. Watch it below:

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