Belle and Sebastian Share New Synth-Heavy Dance Track, ‘The Party Line’
Glasgow's indie pop pride, Belle and Sebastian, are planning the release of their first new studio album in nearly five years, 'Girls In Peacetime Want to Dance' due out Jan. 20 via Matador. In support of it, they've dropped the very first synth-heavy dance track from the record, 'The Party Line,' for your listening pleasure. Listen to it above.
The very disco-sounding track is fittingly all about dancing, and it's bound to get you moving in your seat and hypnotized by vocalist Stuart Murdoch's tantalizing voice.
The new material is so very different from the duo's previous, folky acoustic works, but that just means they're up for the challenge of changing with the times. With bands like Chvrches and Mogwai leading Glasgow's scene, will this new direction put Belle and Sebastian back in the spotlight?
We certainly have high hopes.
And so you can compare the new stuff to their old stuff, here's the video for their 2010 song, 'I Want The World To Stop':