Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Multi-Love // Jagjaguwar [Colored Vinyl]

Unknown Mortal Orchestra – Multi-Love // Jagjaguwar [Colored Vinyl]

Unknown Mortal Orchestra will release their new album, Multi-Love, via Jagjaguwar on May 26th.

The new album by Unknown Mortal Orchestra has been announced, and it’s out on May 26th via Jagjaguwar. This is their third album and the follow-up to 2013’s II.

It’s more about being someone who makes things happen in concrete ways. Building old synthesizers and bringing them back to life, creating sounds that aren’t quite like anyone else’s. -Ruben Nielson

Multi-Love will be available in a limited edition Deluxe Bundle that features the following:

  • Multi-Love on limited edition pink vinyl (while supplies last) SOLD OUT
  • Limited Edition ‘SB-01/SB-02’ 12″ featuring 40 minutes of sonic exploration formally release here for the first time
  • Embroidered 3.5″ patch featuring the UMO / Multi-Love logo in pink and yellow
  • 11×17 poster
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Deluxe Bundle on Limited Edition pink vinyl
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Multi-Love Album Cover

Pre-order Multi-Love via SC Distribution here.

UPDATE (5/28): Vinyl deals website Vinyl Loop have just announced a limited edition variant of Multi-Love. Their version is pressed on blue vinyl, and as of updating this post, there are less than 135 copies left! Pick up the blue variant via Vinyl Loop here.

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UPDATE (3/11): Newbury Comics have just announced a special colored variant of Multi-Love. Their version will be pressed on Sun-Colored vinyl and limited to 500 copies. 

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Pre-order the Multi-Love Newbury Exclusive here.

Stream the title track “Multi-Love” below:

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