PREMIERE: A.M. Boys stream their gorgeous debut album ‘Distance Decay’ ahead of release tomorrow

Back in March, we lifted the lid on the impending debut album from Brooklyn duo A.M. Boys. It’s a hell of a grower and we fell in love on first listen, so to say we’re delighted to be streaming Distance Decay in full ahead of its release tomorrow is putting it lightly. Here’s what the boys had to say about the album:

“It didn’t hit me that we made a cosmic American electronic album until we listened to the songs in sequence from start to finish. The original goal had been to use a minimal approach that would allow us to play all the songs live, just the two of us. That minimalist idea carried through, but the added factor of chemistry, not only between us as players, but also between the songs themselves, elevated it all and made us want to get it on vinyl.”

They did indeed end up getting it on vinyl (an extremely limited 100 press) so you should get on that once you’ve listened, which you can do below. (Maybe wait until Bandcamp’s Juneteenth fundraiser on Friday 17th to do that. If they last that long.)

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