Extreme-metal shoegazers Deafheaven have revealed a riveting, 12-minute new song from their highly anticipated fourth album, Ordinary Corrupt Human Love, due out later this summer via ANTI-. Titled "Canary Yellow," it's a surging, psychedelic-laced epic that finds the band bringing orchestral textures and melodic backing vocals into the mix, pushing their heretofore-nightmarish fever dream into bold, more uplifting sonic territory in the process. The accompanying visualizer — an effects-laden loop of falling snow — complements the song's dramatic contrasts: life and death, spring and winter, black-metal nightmares and new-romantic rock dreams. Prior to "Canary Yellow," Deafheaven teased Ordinary Corrupt Human Love with the majestic lead single "Honeycomb," followed by teaser clips for album cuts "Near" and "You Without End."
Deafheaven's Ordinary Corrupt Human Love hits shelves July 13th. Their North American trek behind the record, featuring support from Drab Majesty and Uniform, kicks off July 11th in Phoenix, Arizona. Find a full itinerary here.