Saturday, November 28, 2015

Phoenix streams new album 'Bankrupt!'

C'est vrai! The ebullient French pop band has returned.

Phoenix streams new album 'Bankrupt!'


French pop band Phoenix are rolling out their long-time-coming follow-up to the breakout Wolfgang Amadeus Phoenix in style.

They've already guested on Saturday Night Live and grabbed the winning headlines at Coachella this weekend by inviting R. Kelly on stage. Quelle surprise! The band's new album, Bankrupt! goes on sale next Tuesday. As of now, it's streaming in its entirety on iTunes. Merveilleux!

Click here to check it out. See the video for the first single, "Entertainment," below.

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