Two years after the death of Benjamin Curtis, one half of the duo School Of Seven Bells, surviving member Alejandra Deheza has announced details of the outfit's final album SVIIB, which arrives February 26th on Vagrant and Full Time Hobby.

Speaking with The Guardian, Deheza talked about making the album a year before Curtis' passing, saying, "That summer, when Benj and I started making the album, was one of the most amazing times of our relationship as two people. We were so happy, and we’d finally reached this perfect balance, after going through all the things we did together. There was no baggage, no hurt any more, everything was pure, true friendship. We’d hit every color on the spectrum. We were so close, and we had this flow like we’d never had before. That summer was so happy, and the mood and energy of this album perfectly captures that time."

Shortly after his death at the end of 2013 from a rare form of T-Cell Lymphoblastic Lymphoma at the age of 35, Deheza moved to Los Angeles to finish their final project with former Beck, Nine Inch Nails, and M83 collaborator Justin Meldal-Johnsen. And while Meldel-Johnsen has effectively become the group's second member he insists he is "trying to feature Benjamin as much as possible."

"There were definitely points where I didn’t think I could finish this album," Deheza recollects after moving to LA. "But it had to happen. I knew how much this meant to Benj. His entire life, everything in his body was music and making it. He never stopped. He had grown so much as a producer and a writer and he’d accomplished so much from the time I first met him. I couldn’t not let people see this work, because he deserves it."

Listen to 'Ablaze' below and pre-order the album today on iTunes, Amazon, and the Vagrant Store.