More New Tame Impala: Stream ‘Posthumous Forgiveness,’ from the Anticipated New Album ‘The Slow Rush’


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Celebrated Australian indie/psychedelic rock band Tame Impala, essentially the stage name of band leader/songwriter Kevin Parker, will release a new album, The Slow Rush, on Feb. 14, 2020.

A new song has premiered from the record as a preview, and “Posthumous Forgiveness” keeps up the spaced-out adventurousness of the previous two songs — not to mention Tame Impala’s rich back catalog of atmospheric, dream-like indie/psych.

Stream the new track below:

“Posthumous Forgiveness” is the third song released thus far from the new record, following “It Might Be Time”:

And “Borderline,” which was premiered in early 2019.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vpbblMR_jUo

Tame Impala’s most recent studio album was 2015’s Currents.

Separate from the above, an additional song, “Patience,” was also released in early 2019:

Tame Impala performed those last two songs on Saturday Night Live in late March:

As for touring plans in 2020, Tame Impala has a handful of shows already announced, with more presumably coming as the album nears:

March 9 – Pechanga Arena – San Diego, CA (Clairo supports)
March 10 – The Forum – Los Angeles, CA (Clairo supports)
March 11 – The Forum – Los Angeles, CA (Clairo supports)
March 13 – Chase Center – San Francisco, CA (Clairo supports)
March 19 – Foro Sol – Mexico City, MX (MGMT & Clairo supports)


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