Hump day just got a little better. Dungeonesse share a new cut from their forthcoming debut, out officially on May 14. Titled “Nightlight,” the song premiered earlier today at Pitchfork. It’s a break-up song of sorts and an especially impressive display of Jenn Wasner’s vocal talents. Stream above.
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Make your way to the dance floor – Dungeonesse announce their self-titled, debut album! Set for release on May 14, Dungeonesse is comprised of ten bumping tracks, perfectly selected to give the listener just what they want (need); a surefire for getting your body up and moving. We’re envisioning late night/early morning, summer dance parties with this record on repeat. You can stream the latest single “Shucks”above or at Pitchfork! On it, Wasner’s Ciara-like breathy coo comes to the fore over Ehrens’ gigantic production – Top 40 with a connoisseur’s touch. Album artwork featured below, with the track listing at the end of the post!
You’ll remember that Dungeonesse is the newly minted pop project of Jenn Wasner (Wye Oak, Flock of Dimes) and Jon Ehrens (White Life). We shared the first taste back in November with the “Drive You Crazy” video.
Dungeonesse Track Listing
2. Drive You Crazy
3. Show You
4. Private Party
6. This Could Be Home (Featuring TT The Artist)
7. Wake Me Up
8. Cadillac (Featuring DDm)
9. Anywhere You Are