The A.V. Club is streaming Polvo's new album, Siberia, in its entirety right now

The A.V. Club is streaming Polvo's new album, Siberia, in its entirety right now

Polvo first got together in 1990 and released a number of really amazing records, including 1997’s Shapes and 1993’s Today’s Active Lifestyles, before parting ways. The band reunited for All Tomorrow’s Parties in 2008 and released its first new record in 12 years, In Prism, on Merge in 2009. Now the Ash Bowie-fronted band is back with yet another new record on Merge, Siberia. Out Sept. 30, the record is looser than In Prism, but still fairly dense, blending herky-jerky guitars with mathematical precision.

Siberia is available for pre-order now, but it’s also streaming in full exclusively below. Please, embrace the noise.

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