Seattle dream pop trio Seapony have announced the follow-up to 2011’s Go With Me. Entitled Falling, it comes out September 11th on Hardly Art and will feature twelve tracks. That’s the album art above. They’ve also unveiled a new single, “What You Wanted,” and a few tour dates. Below we have an mp3 for “What You Wanted,” the track listing for Falling, and tour dates.
02. Tell Me So
03. What You Wanted
05. Be Alone
06. No One Will
07. Never Be
09. Prove To Me
10. Fall Apart
11. See Me Cry
12. Nothing Left
06/08 – Seattle, WA – Crocodile*
07/19 – Seattle, WA – Olympic Sculpture Park
07/28 – Brooklyn, NY – 285 Kent
08/19 – Los Angeles, CA – The Echo
* = w/ The Young Evils
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