Slowdive Confirm Work on New Album

The dream pop band is teasing its first new album in five years


Slowdive have confirmed they’re at work on a new album.

On Thursday, Slowdive’s official Twitter account shared a photo of Neil Halstead and Rachel Goswell with the caption, “Studio vibes.” Goswell quoted tweeted the photo on her personal Twitter account, writing, “LP5.”

Slowdive released their self-titled fourth album in 2017. It marked the band’s first release in 22 years, following their reunion in 2014.

This summer, Slowdive are lined up to play several European festivals, including Barcelona’s Primavera Sound and Porto’s NOS Primavera Sound.

Last year, Goswell and Slowdive bandmate, Christian Savill, collaborated with members of The Flaming Lips, Casket Girls, and The Soft Cavalry on an album under the moniker of Beachy Head.


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