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Local Natives: Stream New Song – New Album Produced By Aaron Dessner Of The National

Indie rock band Local Natives will be releasing their sophomore album, Hummingbird, on January 29th, 2013. The new full-length is co-produced by Aaron Dessner of The National, which is sure to garner more attention from indie fans across the globe. While the release is still months away, you can hear one of the new songs, “Breakers,” here. Fans of The National will be able to recognize the influence on the record, especially during the chorus, while the track still delivers Local Natives’ signature vocal harmonies and powerful percussion. According to TwentyFourBit.com, this album was recorded “in Montreal and at Dessner’s home studio in Brooklyn.” Here is the tracklist for the rest of Hummingbird:

1. “You & I”
2. “Heavy Feet”
3. “Ceilings”
4. “Black Spot”
5. “Breakers”
6. “Three Months”
7. “Black Balloons”
8. “Wooly Mammoth”
9. “Mt. Washington”
10. “Colombia”
11. “Bowery”

If you like Local Natives, then you might also like OurStage artist Warning Birds.

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