Brooklyn, NY indie rockers Here We Go Magic established their trademark sound early on. Their 2009 debut album found singer Luke Temple’s plaintive tenor intermingled with chiming guitars and rhythmic twists and turns. Since then, the band graced a number of festival stages and, at Glastonbury Festival in 2010, caught the ear of Radiohead producer Nigel Godrich. The famous producer lent a hand to the recording of A Different Ship, Here We Go Magic’s third studio album to date.
The album is officially released to the world on May 4, but you can hear it right now on Rdio. Give A Different Ship a spin.