Take heed to Khruangbin’s Japanese movie-inspired new observe ‘Pelota’


Khruangbin have shared a brand new observe referred to as ‘Pelota’ – you’ll be able to take heed to it under.

The Texan funk trio – comprised of Laura Lee Ochoa, Mark Speer and Donald ‘DJ’ Johnson – are set to launch their fourth album ‘Mordechai’ on June 26 through Lifeless Oceans.

Following up on earlier cuts ‘So We Won’t Neglect’, and ‘Time (You and I)’, the group have now provided up one other glimpse of the file.

Arriving at present (June 16) together with a vibrant, animated video, ‘Pelota’ sees “a Texan band with a Thai name singing a song in Spanish, loosely based on a Japanese movie.”

Watch the Hugo Rodríguez Rodríguez-directed visuals under.

The upcoming ‘Con Todo El Mundo’ follow-up will reference music from Pakistan, Korea and West Africa, whereas “incorporating strains of Indian chanting boxes and Congolese syncopated guitar.”

Khruangbin had deliberate to take ‘Mordechai’ throughout Europe this month, with performances at Glastonbury Pageant and Netherlands’ Greatest Stored Secret, each of which have been cancelled this 12 months as a result of coronavirus pandemic.

Whereas the band are nonetheless scheduled for performances at a handful of venues from June to September, their official web site presently signifies the trio are “temporarily grounded”, with tour updates to come back quickly.

Elsewhere, Khruangbin launched a four-track collaborative EP referred to as ‘Texas Sun’ with Leon Bridges again in February.

The total ‘Mordechai’ tracklist is as follows:

01. ‘First Class’
02. ‘Time (You and I)’
03. ‘Connaissais de Face’
04. ‘Father Bird, Mother Bird’
05. ‘If There is No Question’
06. ‘Pelota’
07. ‘One to Remember’
08. ‘Dearest Alfred’
09. ‘So We Won’t Neglect’
10. ‘Shida’

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