The Neon Indian website has also been given a snazzy revamp, and features a phone number fans can call (+1-512-643-VEGA) to access "information about the album, a special voice greeting, and a voicemail that includes snippets of ‘Slumlord’". 

Earlier this year, Palomo shared "Annie" while still working on the follow up 2011's Era Extraña.

Palomo says of the record: "Most of what I’ve learned about human nature in my twenties has happened after dark. People are just kind of more honest then. More deliberate. I like to call the places I go to Night Schools."

The album was recorded partly on a cruise ship by Palomo alongside his brother Jorge (who worked on the vessel as a house band bassist). Recording the album in a cabin that they'd transformed into a studio, the pair "tracked songs between margaritas as the ship traversed the Bahamas from Florida."

Alex Epton (XXXchange) helped mix the record, with the duo drawing inspiration from pulpy B-movies and films centred in the Big Apple so that Palomo could "score to an imaginary film playing indefinitely at the neglected theaters or porno booths of [his] head." 

VEGA INTL. Night School is released 16 October via Transgressive.

Stream "Slumlord" below, and then check out the LP's tracklist afterwards.

Tracklist:

1.  Hit Parade
2.  Annie
3.  Street Level
4.  Smut!
5.  Bozo
6.  The Glitzy Hive
7.  Dear Skorpio Magazine
8.  Slumlord
9.  Slumlord’s Re-Lease
10.  Techno Clique
11.  Baby’s Eyes
12.  C’est La Vie (say the casualties!)
13.  61 Cygni ave 
14.  News From the Sun (live bootleg)