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Tuesday, January 11, 2011

The Dodos Dodge Extinction A Little Longer With Neko Case

Posted By on Tue, Jan 11, 2011 at 10:27 AM

What, we have to use a photo of Neko Case just because she's a babe? Grow up.
  • What, we have to use a photo of Neko Case just because she's a babe? Grow up.

You know what they say about porn stars and monogamy. No? Well, surely someone must have said something about it once. Point is, San Francisco twosome The Dodos announced yesterday that alt-country vixen and sometime New Pornographer Neko Case would be joining their slender ranks for their forthcoming fourth album, No Color, and for the indefinite future. Let the Rosamunde sightings begin! 


Besides Case's sultry redheaded charms, expect no shortage of the tricks that made 2009's Time To Die such a hit. Even though the vibraphone player from that album went the way of, well, the dodo, the studio footage below suggests good vibes won't be a problem:


There will also apparently be "'90s riffs." Who doesn't love those?

No Color comes out March 15th on Frenchkiss. No tour dates on file yet, unless you're going to be in Finland next Thursday, but you can be sure we'll keep you in the lopo. I mean the loop.

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