Canadian indie-rockers Wolf Parade have announced they'll releasing a new album this fall -- the band's first in seven years. Cry Cry Cry follows 2010's Expo 86, and is due out on October 6th via Sub Pop.

The LP was produced by John Goodmanson (Bikini Kill, Sleater-Kinney, Unwound) at Robert Lang Studios, and finds the band getting back together to make new music following a period during which each member pursued solo careers. "Once we got back together, I was playing guitar, writing and singing in a way that I only do while I'm in Wolf Parade," Dan Boeckner confesses. "It’s just something that I can't access without the other three people in the room."

The power of their musical empathy when working together is confirmed by Spencer Krug, who says that "the band itself is almost a fifth member of the band, something more or at least different than the sum of its parts. We don't know who or what is responsible for our sound, it's just something that naturally and consistently comes from this particular combo of musicians."

Cry Cry Cry is preceded by first single 'Valley Boy', which you can stream below.