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The National Share New single “Eucalyptus”: Stream

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The National revealed another single from their upcoming album, The first two pages of Frankensteinalong with the new single “Eucalyptus”.

Though the song has been teased at the band’s live set since last year, the official studio recording brings greater breadth to Dessners’ soaring production and more apparent depth to lead vocalist Matt Berninger’s nostalgia as the narrator ponders the logistical ramifications of the breakup. . He discusses whether to destroy or let go of the precious baggage they once shared, and how to reckon with the music they were so associated with as the Cowboy Junkies and The African Whigs.

“Throughout the record, there is a lot of digging into the abyss and wondering if the relationship has run its course,” Berninger said in a statement. “Eucalyptus is about a couple dividing up their property after they break up — like, ‘What are we going to do with the spring water we get, what’s going to happen to all these plants? “It’s about all those little things that you end up thinking about when you become really connected to someone.” Watch the music video below, directed by Chris Sgroi.


“Eucalyptus” follows his previous single “Tropic Morning News”, this week’s mid-January single, and “New Order T-Shirt”. The band also brought the former out for a late night performance fell on In early March.

The National then embarks on a North American tour kicking off with two shows in Chicago in May. The group was recently picked up for the Osheaga Music Festival in Montreal in August, and will also hit Europe in early fall. Browse tickets and deals to your entire live Stubhub itinerary – your order is 100% guaranteed with Stubhub’s FanProtect Program.

The first two pages of Frankenstein Arrived April 28th via 4pm. along with their first material since 2019 I find it easyThe album also features collaborations with Taylor Swift, Phoebe Bridgers, and Sufjan Stevens. Pre-orders are ongoing via the band’s website.


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