First solo release in eight years also boasts The National’s Bryce Dessner and Warpaint’s Stella Mozgawa.
The band’s first three albums and a bunch of live releases have been made available on streaming services.
Update: They’ve now shared a second new rehearsal recording.
The third and final album in the Perfect Vision trilogy.
The three-track EP features collaborations with Young Fathers, Algiers, and Saul Williams.
The frontman also has some words about the country’s current political unrest.
The effort arrives five years after the first Waterfall LP.
Hint: It involves Hall and Oates.
The Early Days includes the the first-ever vinyl pressing of The Places You Have Come To Fear The Most.
Taken from the band’s first album in seven years, Sun Racket.
The second slice off new album The Neon.
Featuring recordings from a pair of Florida concerts supporting Father of the Bride.