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.


  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.