Tame Impala’s ‘The Slow Rush’ Announced After a Long Wait

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After five long years, Kevin Parker of Tame Impala has announced the release of their fourth studio album, The Slow Rush.

Tame Impala has kept fans anticipating new music since the 2019 release of recent singles, “Patience” and “Borderline.” The release of The Slow Rush comes following a 90-second video released on the Tame Impala website as well as streamed to Instagram. The clip features footage of Kevin Parker in his personal studio working on new music, which fans are assuming includes the track that serves as the background of the video.

 

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The psychedelic, groovy artist has three studio albums released to date. Innerspeaker was released in 2010, Lonerism in 2012, and Currents in 2015. Since then, Tame Impala has toured and been included in massive music festival line-ups including headlining Coachella in 2019.

In addition to the sneak preview release, Kevin Parker gave fans an even closer look into the 2020 release by posting the artwork of the upcoming album that is sure to blow the minds of Tame Impala followers.

 

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In true Tame Impala fashion, not much else has been released to satisfy fan curiosity but like all other projects, we know The Slow Rush will be worth the long wait and we can only hope that more sneak peaks are to come before the albums release in 2020.