The 10-track effort was recorded in Portland and co-produced by Leif Shackelford, who previously worked on 2011’s Past Life Martyred Saints.
According to Matador, The Future’s Void deals with “metaphysical themes of struggling to understand where we fit in the digital age and where we are all headed.” It also explores “the places where everyone has equal access, but is also under constant surveillance.” The album is preceded by “Satellites”, “So Blonde”, and “3Jane”.
Pre-orders for the album are ongoing. Below, watch the music video for “So Blonde”:
The Future’s Void Tracklist:
02. So Blonde
07. When She Comes
08. 100 Years
10. Dead Celebrity