The Avalanches Will Share New Music And Their First Interview In Sixteen Years Tonight

On Zane Lowe’s Beats 1 radio show.

Tonight at 9PM PST/12 AM EST on Zane Lowe's Beats 1 radio show, The Avalanches will share their first new music since 2000's Since I Left You, along with a new interview.

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According to Pitchfork, Lowe made the announcement on his show today: "Coming up at some point in the next 12 hours, new music will emerge and you will hear the first new interview with Tony [Di Blasi] and Robbie [Chater] a.k.a. the Avalanches."

In April, The Avalanches announced they would play a few festival dates in Europe and Australia. That was followed up in May with a trailer for a project involving the band called Since They Left Us, which many took to mean new music was on the way. A few days later, a telephone hotline emerged that fans could call and hear a 30 second sample of a new song some referred to as "Subways."

Listen to a clip of the Zane Lowe interview, possibly with new music, below.

The Avalanches Will Share New Music And Their First Interview In Sixteen Years Tonight