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Vampire Weekend's Freewheeling Pop Rock and 11 More Albums for Heavy Rotation
Ecstatic ambience and nimble raps make up the rest of this week's essential listening.
We Are So Lucky That Vampire Weekend Are Back
The New York band is and always has been very good. Period.
With "Harmony Hall" and "2021," Vampire Weekend Are Finally Back
They're the first singles from the long-awaited 'Father of the Bride,' set for an April release.
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I Tried to Listen to Vampire Weekend’s 120-Minute Promo ‘Song’
They've used a clever bit of marketing to tease track "Harmony Hall," proving how they became the massive band from that blogspot era.
This Vampire Weekend Teaser Is Pretty Bonkers
Two hours of guitar loops promise two new tracks from the band’s fourth album, which has the initials “FOTB” and is out this spring.
Internet Videos Of Particular Importance
Danielle Haim Joins Vampire Weekend for "The Boys Are Back in Town"
Are these the boys? Is Yuzawa, in Niigata Prefecture, the town? Or were they simply spreading the word around?
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Maggie Rogers and Rostam Are a Perfect Pair On "Fallingwater"
The one-time viral star levels up on her new collaboration with the ex-Vampire Weekend instrumentalist.
We Broke Down Splendour 2018's Lineup Diversity
By the numbers, here's how many men, women, non-binary people and people of colour are playing Splendour in the Grass 2018.
Kendrick Fucking Lamar is Headlining Splendour 2018
Kung Fu Kenny is coming back to Byron, baby! And he's bringing Lorde, Vampire Weekend, Superorganism, MGMT, Methyl Ethel, Khalid and more.
James Corden Is Taking Over Indie Rock Too, Nobody Is Safe
Everyone's least favorite late night host will voice Peter Rabbit in a new movie and has also recorded a song written by Ezra Koenig.
Here Are All the Pop Culture Retrospectives You’ll Read in 2018
Has it really been 10 years since that thing you liked? Yes, yes it has.
Watch the First Music Video from Rostam, Formerly of Vampire Weekend
The video for "Gravity Don't Pull Me" features Rostam singing, and a pair of dancers embodying the track.