10 Songs, 40 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

A collaborative triumph from two giants of New York indie rock. I Had A Dream That You Were Mine sees The Walkmen frontman and former Vampire Weekend multi-instrumentalist/producer unite for an album of rollicking rock and doo-wop (“Rough Going”), haunting folk (“In a Black Out”), and iridescent pop (“1959”)—all covered in flourishes and fingerprints only they can leave.

EDITORS’ NOTES

A collaborative triumph from two giants of New York indie rock. I Had A Dream That You Were Mine sees The Walkmen frontman and former Vampire Weekend multi-instrumentalist/producer unite for an album of rollicking rock and doo-wop (“Rough Going”), haunting folk (“In a Black Out”), and iridescent pop (“1959”)—all covered in flourishes and fingerprints only they can leave.

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