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Free Download: Boris' Frenetic 'Flare'

Get a song from the Japanese group's upcoming album

November 14, 2011 12:00 PM ET
Boris, 'Flare'
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Click to listen to Boris' 'Flare'

On November 25th, Japanese trio Boris will release their next album, the experimental New Album on Sargent House. Inspired by current Japanese pop music trends, the album contains reworkings of previously released tracks. "This Spring, Boris put out two new albums called Attention Please and Heavy Rocks," drummer Atsuo explains to Rolling Stone. "These separate albums [were compiled] from one abandoned record. Once we finished those two we came up with an idea for another record – to rearrange some songs from both albums then to combine with new ones. 'Flare' is one of the new songs, the latest transformation of Boris."

Boris' New Album will be released on November 25th, but you can download "Flare" for free here.

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