It’s hard to find a more consistent and hard-working indie band than We Are Scientists. For almost 24 (!) years on the scene, Keith Murray and Chris Cain have been producing first-class bangers, firmly and for life entrenched in their niche as one the best representatives of indie rock.
What’s even cooler, is that their previous album, Huffy, was a true return to top form on the level of the earliest releases, with literally no bad songs and even a few exciting experiments (like “Bought Myself A Grave”, which starts like a simple country song and ends as something akin to a Justice electronic stomper).
Speaking of exciting things, the duo’s latest one, “Lucky Just To Be Here”, also came out atypical. The calm and lyrical number captivates with its beauty, and at the end it explodes, reaching a real climax.
The track will be a part of the band’s upcoming LP Lobes, which is scheduled for release on January 20 next year. It was shared along with a visualizer directed by Dan Monick.
Watch below and pre-order the record here.