DJ Pick of the Week: The Clientele, 'Lunar Days'

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The Clientele (Andy Willsher)

The Clientele's music has always seemed out of time; as a result, their first new song in seven years, "Lunar Days" sounds every bit like the Clientele's classic material. Their songs sound like rainy days that are on the brink of clearing, or vice versa. Their new album, Music for the Age of Miracles, will be out this fall - the perfect time of year to enjoy new music from the Clientele.

Music for the Age of Miracles comes out Sept. 22, 2017, on Merge Records.

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