Back in April, we got word that Laetitia Sadier–of Stereolab fame–would be putting out her second solo record on July 24th on Drag City. After a quiet month, we’ve finally been given a taste of this new record in “Find Me The Pulse Of The Universe.” It’s not too dissimilar to the tracks culled from her 2010 effort, The Trip, but there’s something about this new track that hearkens back to the wholly organic sound of her previous band. In any case, it’s enough to get us excited about the new record. Check out the track below, and look out for Silencio on July 24th.
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