Passion Pit have unveiled “Until We Can’t (Let’s Go)”, the latest track from their new album out this month.
We've already heard “Lifted Up (1985)” and “Where The Sky Hangs” from the electro-pop outfit's upcoming LP Kindred.
Speaking about the cut, Passion Pit's lead singer Michael Angelakos said to NPR that he wrote the track "after a rough period when nothing seemed to be going right, and needed someone or something to blame... In this case, our apartment started seeming so ... off. It's the apartment! It's the apartment's fault! We can't do ANYTHING in here. And the rent is ridiculous! And it's not us, or the 8,000 other things happening that are totally stressful and annoying and easy to forget when we've got such a terrible apartment like this — rest assured! Everyone can lay off, because the grass is indeed very much greener on the other damn side. No, I don't know where the other side [is], but we'll figure it out. We'll figure it out maybe, I don't know, in a few weeks. Honestly, I can't plan that far ahead. Everything will be awesome once we move; let's just get out of here ... at some point, I don't know."
Kindred is out 20 April via Columbia.
You can listen to the new track via NPR, and check out the video for “Lifted Up (1985)” below.