Building anticipation for their May 21 release of 'Trouble Will Find Me' on 4AD records, The National quietly released a slow-burner called 'Demons.'
The band debuted the track on BBC 6 Music and simultaneously published it on YouTube with an artist replicating the album art for the forthcoming record.
What do you think of the song? Worth the hype? Let us know in the comments.
- The National get self-referential with new album title 'Trouble Will Find Me' Current favorites The National have been prepping their new album, and today, we get a few more details on the May release to be known as "Trouble will Find Me."
- The National perform in The Current studios Brooklyn-via-Ohio quintet The National have been peddling their slow-burning, epically emotional brand of indie-rock to growing acclaim for the last decade.
- The National perform in studio It wasn't until they moved to New York City from Cincinatti that the members started playing together. The group joined Danny Sigelmann in the Current studios to perform and discuss life in a band with your brother.
- The National perform in the Current studio Described as darkly melodic, The National originated in Cincinnati, but came together in Brooklyn. They have recently released Boxer, their follow-up to their 2005 release Alligator.
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