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Caracara | photo by Emily Dubin | thedubyscoop.com | courtesy of the artist

Yesterday, Philly indie rock four-piece Caracara dropped a teaser for its debut record Summer Megalith. Today, we have more complete details: the album is out September 22nd via Flower Girl Records — grab a preorder here — and they’ll celebrate on September 27th at Everybody Hits with So Totally and Worlds Greatest Dad (details on the show at the XPN Concert Calendar).

Along with the announcement comes a bevy of music — a video for “Glacier,” shot by Em Dubin, along with three songs streaming on Caracara’s Bandcamp. They run a gamut that would be expected of the band with this sort of background — a collaboration between Carlos Pacheco Perez and Sean Gill of instrumental experimental trio Square Peg Round Hole and William Lindsay and George Legatos of synthpoppers W.C. Lindsay.

“Glacier” is cinematic and atmospheric, a grower that builds explosively; “Revelatory” is midtempo and math-rocky, a distant cousin of Bedhead and Death Cab; and “Crystalline” is pure cathartic emo, with Lindsay howling the hook “I’m always loneliest when I’m alone with you.” Check out those three songs below, along with the video for “Glacier.”


Track Listing
Evil
Glacier
Pontchartrain
Burn Me I Am Made Of Matches
Revelatory
Prenzlauerberg
Interlude
Oh Brother
Apotheosis
Another Night
Crystalline
Vulpecula

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