Protomartyr share new song, "Dope Cloud," from The Agent Intellect

Protomartyr's new record, The Agent Intellect, is coming out on October 9th worldwide via Hardly Art. Today, they're sharing "Dope Cloud," a new song from the full-length, and as close as the band as ever come to a "radio single." The almost-anthem deals in a currency of lost ownership and the futility of creature comforts, as Joe Casey's lyrics paint mental images of a "saltmine racist gang" and a "pizza king" swollen with riches. It's one of the best songs the band has released to date, showcasing their strength as both songwriters and lyricists, and should continue to make the case for Protomartyr's place amongst the best rock bands of the day.

Listen to "Dope Cloud" via the link above, or at Soundcloud

Additionally, the band recently played the Pitchfork Music Festival, and you can watch footage from their performance, which includes both a new song off The Agent Intellect called "Cowards Starve," and "Come & See" from their previous release, Under Color of Official Right.

All upcoming shows can be found on the tour page, including a new headline show in London. The Agent Intellect remains available for pre-order, with all initial LP orders on dark green vinyl.


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