Nashville's legendary collective Lambchop are back with news of a new record to follow last year's singles "The Hustle Unlimited" (A reworked version of their FLOTUS track "Hustle") and their cover of Prince's "When You Were Mine".

"The December-ish You" is the lead single from their '14th' album (they skipped 13). Frontman Kurt Wagner explains the new single further, "Picture yourself on a boat on a river, with tangerine trees and marmalade skies... This is not that."

Lambchop, once a collective of musicians, has since tuned down the lineup and in recent years has been operating with three solid members, including Wagner, bassist Matt Swanson, and pianist Tony Crow.

Tracklist:

  1. The New Isn’t So You Anymore
  2. Crosswords, Or What This Says About You
  3. Everything For You
  4. The Lasting Last Of You
  5. The Air Is Heavy And I Should Be Listening To You
  6. The December-ish You
  7. This Is What I Wanted To Tell You
  8. Flower
"The December-ish You" is out now. This (is what I wanted to tell you) arrives 22 March via City Slang. Lambchop play London's EartH on 21 April 2019 as part of their European tour. Find out more.