Months after debuting the softly-riddled epitaph of 'Girls' and the NPR debut of 'All Yours', Brooklyn duo Widowspeak have unveiled the newest cut from their upcoming fourth studio LP with 'Dead Love (So Still)'.

The distant shoegaze aesthetic of the duo's previous work seems to have faded for a more collective, subdued sound, which may more may not have resulted in their move out of New York City to the Hudson Valley. Speaking with The FADER, which debuted the track, singer Molly Hamilton says, "I wrote an early version of this song when I was 19. It was one of those naive situations where I thought I was with someone and he didn't, but the energy and emotion I'd invested in our non-relationship still made its inevitable end feel significant. The mood [of the album version] is a lot more lighthearted than the first. I've had so many more experiences since then that require letting things go, and I'm a lot more okay with closed doors that I used to be."

After touring with the likes of Jessica Pratt and Small Black during the summer, the band formally announced the release date and tracklist of their upcoming album All Yours, which comes September 4th via Captured Tracks. Pre-orders can be made today.

Listen to 'Dead Love (So Still)' below.

Check out the tracklist for All Yours below.

  • All Yours
  • Narrows
  • Dead Love (So Still)
  • Stoned
  • Girls
  • Borrowed World
  • Cosmically Aligned
  • My Baby's Gonna Carry On
  • Coke Bottle Green
  • Hands