Stream The Avalanches ‘Wildflower’ LP — Their First In 16 Years

blame it on Patrick Glynn July 1, 2016

At the beginning of June, The Avalanches shocked many across the music world when they returned with their first new song in over a decade and a half. “Frankie Sinatra” particularly caught my attention because Danny Brown and MF DOOM — two rappers with similar iconic styles — together. The song was first single from Wildflower, their first album since the turn of the century.

Over the last month, the electronic group shared a couple more instrumentals from the album before unleashing the 22-track experience on the world today.

In addition to Brown and DOOM, Wildflower has features from Toro y Moi, Biz Markie, Camp Lo, Father John Misty and more.

If the album is half of what Since I Left You was, the rest of the summer will be filled with joyous, sample-heavy bliss. Stream Wildflower below, and head to iTunes to cop the project.