Listen to Deafheaven’s Blistering New Song, ‘Come Back’
Last month, Deafheaven debuted the very first cut from their upcoming album, New Bermuda, and now, the band has followed suit with the LP’s penultimate track, “Come Back.” Take a listen in the video above.
“Come Back” is more than nine minutes of blistering intensity, and it proceeds New Bermuda’s equally epic, eight-minute opening cut, “Brought to the Water.” Deafheaven's George Clarke previously said the latter song sets the tone for the band's latest full-length, which addresses the monotony of adult life.
“We wanted to share ‘Brought to the Water’ first because it gives a good idea of the overall sonic tone of the record,” Clarke said in a press release, “and really evokes feelings that come with uprooting and throwing oneself into the complacent, monotonous routine of adulthood.”
The five-track New Bermuda is due out Oct. 5 via Anti- Records. It will serve as a follow-up to Deafheaven’s lauded sophomore effort, 2013’s Sunbather. You can see the complete track list and an album trailer at this location.
Shortly after New Bermuda’s arrival in stores, Deafheaven will launch a tour on Oct. 15 in San Diego, Calif. They have dates scheduled through the following month, culminating with a two-night run at the Roxy in L.A. Check out ticket information and a complete list of all the stops in-between at the band’s website.