The Fader streams the new And So I Watch You From Afar album Heirs

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When I listen to Heirs, the new album from Belfast rockers And So I Watch You From Afar, I think of bands from the last ten years like Fang Island and, minus some extreme tempo changes and helium-infused vocals, the Mae Shi—groups who toyed with toothy pop melodicism and applied it to song structures indebted to left-field instrumental rock structures that swept American indie around the mid-2000s. That is to say, this record feels familiar while coming across as totally fresh and invigorating, and if you didn't manage to grab a strong cup of coffee this morning, Heirs will do you just fine. It's out May 4 via Sargent House, but why wait that long—you can stream the whole thing below, right now.

CLICK HERE TO STREAM THE FULL ALBUM VIA THE FADER

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