New Tame Impala album The Slow Rush gets release date, lead single It Might Be Time

Tame Impala headlining Citadel Festival 2018 (Alberto Pezzali / Live4ever)

Tame Impala headlining Citadel Festival (Alberto Pezzali / Live4ever)

The new Tame Impala album has now been confirmed for release on February 14th next year and given its lead single It Might Be Time.

“A lot of the songs carry this idea of time passing, of seeing your life flash before your eyes, being able to see clearly your life from this point onwards,” Kevin Parker had previously told the New York Times. “I’m being swept by this notion of time passing. There’s something really intoxicating about it.”

The Slow Rush will follow 2015’s Currents, as well as the recent singles Patience and Borderline. “The album’s dark and bouncing thematic closer ‘New Person, Same Old Mistakes‘ admits that a personal metamorphosis should be met with some doubt,” we said of Currents.

“”The track’s cathartic bridge drops in out of nowhere, and proves that Parker has taken a leap not only as a songwriter, but as a producer as well. The production is intricate and unified, every sound is precisely placed, making for a glorious listen on headphones, but these grooves are meant to be felt out on the dance-floor.”

“The sequencing on ‘Currents’ is masterfully crafted; the lyrical narrative slowly unfolds while the music remains consistently engaging throughout the 13-song set.”

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