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This guy is the next Beethoven.

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bump... new news on his upcoming album...


Panda Bear Reveals New Album Title


The rumors are true: Panda Bear's forthcoming third album-- the follow-up to 2007's beloved Person Pitch-- is called Tomboy. According to Gorilla vs. Bear and confirmed by Panda Bear's publicist, the record is tentatively due out on Paw Tracks in September , which is kind of far away. Especially since Noah Lennox just wrapped up a European tour where he played new songs. Then again, patience-- we hear-- is virtuous.


Lennox recently talked (pretty vaguely) about the album. He's set to play this year's Primavera Sound Festival in Barcelona in May.


Posted by Ryan Dombal on January 28, 2010 at 4 p.m.




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Panda Bear Confirms Single, U.S. Shows




Last month, Amazon teased the world with the info that Animal Collective member Panda Bear would release a single called "Tomboy" on July 13, via Animal Collective's Paw Tracks label. Turns out it's true.


The two-track "Tomboy" is the first in a series of limited-edition 7" singles that Panda is planning for different labels, all leading up to the release of a full-length, also called Tomboy. The singles will all be limited-edition, single-pressing vinyl affairs, and they won't be available digitally until the album comes out.


The single features two tracks, "Tomboy" and "Slow Motion". (No word on whether the latter is a Juvenile cover. We can hope!) Panda recorded and produced both of them in his Lisbon studio. A press release indicates that these songs won't be as sample-based as Panda's last album, 2007's beloved Person Pitch.


Panda also has a few U.S. and European shows planned for the months ahead, one of which is our very own Pitchfork Music Festival. We've got his dates below.


Panda Bear:


07-17 Chicago, IL - Pitchfork Music Festival

08-13 Oslo, Norway - Oya Festival

08-14 Gothenburg, Sweden - Way Out West Festival

09-06 San Francisco, CA - Fox

09-08 Portland, OR - Crystal Ballroom

09-10 Raleigh, NC - Hopscotch Music Festival

09-11 New York, NY - Governor's Island


Posted by Tom Breihan on June 7, 2010 at 4 p.m.



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Right now, Animal Collective's Panda Bear is in the midst of releasing songs from his forthcoming album Tomboy as limited-edition 7" singles on a number of labels. The album is due in the fall, and the title track, backed by "Slow Motion", is out July 13 as a Paw Tracks single.


In the August issue of Mojo, Noah Lennox talks a bit about the album and reveals a gang of song titles. It's not the official tracklist, but hey! Panda Bear song titles! We've got them listed below.


Lennox recorded the album at home in Lisbon, Portugal. Talking about the LP, he tells Mojo, "It doesn't come from anywhere except myself, but I'm feeling massive amounts of pressure to deliver something really good. That's just something I'll deal with until this one is over, and probably even beyond that." Mojo also mentions that Lennox plays guitar more on this record than he did on his last solo album, the instant classic Person Pitch. And Lennox obliquely cites both Kurt Cobain and Bach as inspirations.


Maybe we'll get a taste of some of these newer songs when Panda Bear plays our own Pitchfork Music Festival on July 17.


Tomboy (not final tracklist):




Surfer's Hymn

At the Jetty


Slow Motion


I Want to Go With You

You Can Count on Me



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