Montreal’s Stars have unveiled two new songs, ‘Construct a Hearth’ and ‘Patterns’. They’re lifted from the band’s forthcoming album From Capelton Hill, which incorporates the beforehand shared tracks ‘Pretenders’ and ‘Snowy Owl’. Take a pay attention under.
“‘Construct a Hearth’ was written in a fever dream of Covid-19 paranoia and restlessness, someplace in the course of final 12 months,” Stars’ Torquill Campbell stated in an announcement. “I prefer it as a result of it seems like Glad Mondays and The Pet Store Boys on the identical time, which is one thing perhaps solely we will do? It’s about dying. And working from it. As quick as you fucking can.”
Talking about ‘Patterns’, Amy Millan defined: “Friendship is the one boat that may float you throughout the storm. With your folks you create the ethos to protect all that tomorrow will throw at you. Some Patterns could be modified. Some Patterns are sacred geometry and can by no means change. Solely what loves will stay.”
From Capelton Hill, Stars’ first album in 5 years, is out Might 27 by way of Final Gang/MNRK.