On June 10th, Oklahoma indie rockers Broncho are set to return with their third studio album, Double Vanity. Ahead of its release date, the 11-track effort is streaming in full below.

According to a press release, Double Vanity is a “gleeful departure from 2014’s hook-laden breakthrough, Just Enough Hip To Be Woman,” with the band “shifting gear and cruising through a haze of atmospheric garage rock textures, dark, jagged reverbs and androgynous, elastic vocals.” Frontman Ryan Lindsey added that the album is far more high-energy than its predecessors, but in a really careful way.

“The goal was to slow things down but still have as much energy, and in a lot of ways I think Double Vanity has more energy than our previous records,” he said. “Maybe it’s more of an emotional energy. Not necessarily lyrically, or idea-wise, but melodically and sound-wise. There’s more emotion to me when I hear this record than there was on our previous records.”

In support of the album, Broncho has announced a series of U.K. and European dates for late September and early October. Consult the full schedule follow the album player.

Broncho 2016 U.K. Tour Dates
21/09 – Amsterdam, Paradiso
22/09 – Germany, Gleis
23/09 – Germany, Reeperbahn Festival
24/09 – Germany, Private Club
26/09 – Belgium, Trix
27/09 – France, Mecanique Ondulatoire
28/09 – Brighton, Prince Albert
29/09 – Bristol, The Louisiana
30/09 – Birmingham, Sunflower Lounge
01/10 – Manchester, Soup Kitchen
03/10 – Glasgow, Broadcast
04/10 – Liverpool, Magnet
05/10 – Leeds, Brudenell Games Room
06/10 – London, The Lexington

By Chris Coplan

Over the last seven years, Chris has held a number of titles in music journalism, including news writer, reviewer, and columnist. He lives in Chicago, a mere stone's throw from Lake Michigan, and owns a dog he didn't want to name Blade.