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After wowing fans with their 2019 performance Tame Impala are back on tour for 2020! With selected dates across North America, these concerts may well be a testing ground for new material (much to the delight of the fans). With Tame Impala's last album ("Currents") released in 2015 it's about time that we were blessed with more tunes, and Impala's long-awaited fourth studio album, 'The Slow Rush', may well be what we've all been waiting for!
The Australian band first emerged in 2008 with their self-titled EP, a five-track effort which introduced the band's bugged out, psychedelic rock. Their debut Innerspeak followed two years later and sophomore effort Lonerism was released in 2012, where it was met with unanimous critical praise and topped a lot of publications Album of the Year polls, and received a Grammy nomination for Best Alternative Music Album. Currents received much the same treatment, hitting the top of the charts in over ten countries!
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