Last year Peaking Lights blew us away with the release of 936 on Not Not Fun. Its mellow, meditative sounds have carried me through many a heady buzz and inspired countless collages, specifically just in the past few months. Now the married duo has announced their third full-length release before I even have to the chance to shake off the state-altering effects of 936. The new record, Lucifer, seems to be less in the realm of Not Not Fun's stylings and and more in line with their 100% Silk imprint; though it seems our pals at Mexican Summer have secured this release for a June 19th drop, with Weird World covering areas outside of the US to make sure no one misses this beauty. Our first peak at Lucifer is an hour+ mix that allows glances at some new tracks. The mix retains the dub sound we've come to expect from Peaking Lights while adding new, dancier elements we're less used to; with the duo describing this change of pace as a more nocturnal version of their sound.
Stream: Peaking Lights - Lucifer mix
Lucifer hits the streets June 19 via Mexican Summer in the US and Weird World worldwide.