Parkay Quarts, the homonymic, slightly-altered version of Parquet Courts that lacks regular bassist Sean Yeaton and drummer Max Savage, are releasing their new album, 'Content Nausea,' digitally on Nov. 10. Lucky for fans, though, they're streaming it in its entirety a week early -- check it out above.

In addition to singer Andrew Savage and guitarist Austin Brown, the new LP features Jef Brown of Jackie-O Motherf--er on sax and Bob Jones from Eaters on fiddle.

It's been a fruitful 2014 for the band. Earlier this year, they released the full-length 'Sunbathing Animal'; they've also worked on a collaboration with PC Worship, called PCPC.

'Content Nausea' sounds a bit like 'Sunbathing Animal' -- it retains Savage's Malkmus-inspired vocal drone, alternating listlessness and urgency, but dulls the former record's stomping and jerking in favor of a more paced out tempo. 'Uncast Shadow of a Myth' is simply great -- it's not too overblown to liken it to Bob Dylan's imagistic American rock.

The band will play as both Parkay Quarts and Parquet Courts (and a few shows as PCPC) on a winter tour that will take them through Europe and the U.S.

'Content Nausea' will be available physically on Dec. 2. Fans can pre-order the album here.

Parquet Courts 2014 - 2015 Tour
Nov. 6: Washington, D.C. -- DC9 (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 8: Philadelphia -- PhilaMOCA (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 13: Lille, France -- Le Grand Mix (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 14: Paris, France -- La Cigale (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 15: Nantes, France -- Stereolux (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 17: Toulose, France -- Bikini (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 19: Oostende, Belgium -- De Zwerver (as PCPC)
Nov. 20: Brussels, Belgium -- Botanique (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 21: Utrecht, Holland -- Le Guess Who (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 22: Amsterdam, Holland -- The Vrankrijk (as PCPC)
Nov. 23: Utrecht, Holland -- Le Guess Who (as PCPC)
Nov. 24: Ramsgate, UK -- Ramsgate Music Hall (as PCPC)
Nov. 25: London, UK -- Electroworkz (as PCPC)
Nov. 26: Leeds, UK -- Wardrobe (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 27: London, UK -- The Laundry (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 29: Koln, Germany -- Museum Ludwig (as Parkay Quarts)
Nov. 30: Zurich, Switzerland -- Rote Frabrik (as Parkay Quarts)
Dec. 11: New York -- Webster Hall (as Parquet Courts)
Jan. 24: Baltimore -- Ottobar (as Parquet Courts)
Jan. 25: Charlottesville, Va. -- The Southern (as Parquet Courts)
Jan. 26: Raleigh, N.C. -- Kings (as Parquet Courts)
Jan. 28: Athens, Ga. -- 40 Watt (as Parquet Courts)
Jan. 29: Atlanta -- The Earl (as Parquet Courts)
Jan. 30: Gainseville, Fla. -- The Wooly (as Parquet Courts)
Jan. 31: Tampa, Fla. -- American Legion Hall (as Parquet Courts)
Feb. 2: Tallahassee, Fla. -- Club Down Under (as Parquet Courts)
Feb. 3: Pensecola, Fla. -- Vinyl Music Hall (as Parquet Courts)
Feb. 4: Birmingham, Ala. -- The Bottletree (as Parquet Courts)
Feb. 5: Nashville -- Exit/In (as Parquet Courts)
Feb. 6: Asheville, N.C. -- The Mothlight (as Parquet Courts)
Feb. 7: Washington, D.C. -- Black Cat (as Parquet Courts)
Feb. 8: Philadelphia -- First Unitarian Church (as Parquet Courts)