Montreal's noir-pop darlings Stars have announced details for their sixth studio album, The North.
Recorded at Montreal's RCA Victor Studios, The North will be available on Sept. 4. The album's first track, "The Theory of Relativity," made its broadcast debut on CBC's Q this morning, and you can download it now at starsthenorth.com.
You can also stream the song, and add it to your playlists, here:
Produced by Marcus Paquin and Graham Lessard, The North is the Stars' first full-length release since 2010's The Five Ghosts, which was longlisted for the 2011 Polaris Music Prize.
Below is the complete tracklisting:
1. "The Theory of Relativity"
3. "The North"
4. "Hold On When You Get Love And Let Go When You Give It"
5. "Through The Mines"
6. "Do You Want To Die Together?"
7. "Lights Changing Colour"
8. "The Loose Ends Will Make Knots"
9. "A Song Is A Weapon"
11. "The 400"
What do you think of the band's new track? Let us know in the comments below.
Add songs to your playlist at Stars' CBC Music artist page
Lonely Road Trip Podcast with guest host, Torquil Campbell of Stars
Women in indie music featuring Amy Millan, Jenn Grant, Creature and more
Concert on Demand: Watch Stars, live in Vancouver
on Jun 21, 2012