NPR Music is starting the year off strongly with its First Listen program where they offer up a new album typically a week or two ahead of the release date. This week it’s the new album from Typhoon titled Offerings.
Typhoon are a band that continue to put out such incredible music, proving time and again that they need to be more on more people’s radar. The band consists of 11 members, each one bringing something essential to the overall sound of the group. Offerings, which drops next Friday, will be the group’s fourth studio album, and first since 2013’s White Lighter. It hosts 14 new tracks split into four movements (Floodplains, Flood, Reckoning, and Afterparty).
Back in October when the album was announced, the band has shared the first movement, Floodplains. Now though, you can stream the entire thing over at NPR right here right now. It’s a whirlwind 70 minute masterwork that starts 2018 off with a bang.
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