[MP3] of Montreal: “Coquet Coquette”

New of Montreal.

should I start every sentence with a lowercase first letter to get you in the spirit of things? i Think i will. “Coquet Coquette” is fairly typical of Montreal to be honest, but the instrumental end to the song is spooky and eerie and [insert like-minded synonym]. the Song is a bit darker than most previous of Montreal material, but still maintains the ever-present bouncy hop in its step.

of Montreal – “Coquet Coquette” [MP3]

Okay, the whole lowercase/uppercase thing is getting old. Sorry – I’ll stop. “Coquet Coquette” is the third track off of Montreal’s new album, False Priest, out September 14 via Polyvinyl. False Priest was produced by Jon Brion and includes appearances by Janelle Monáe (who has my serious consideration for album of the year with The ArchAndroid) and Solange Knowles. You know you want it.

6 comments to [MP3] of Montreal: “Coquet Coquette”

  • I refuse to go all of Montreal… I’m an Of Montreal guy. iamamiwhoami, no caps in that shit, son. rep.

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    Lee Reply:

    lol, nice

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  • Pisses me off when bands are all ‘we’re above the laws of punctuation, man’.

    I’m actually totally put off by bands who deliberately spell things wrong and stuff. Sounds silly I know, but still.

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    Lee Reply:

    Does this have anything to do with Tim & Sam………… (whew) and Cuddle Magic??

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  • Ha! Yes! They’re all in the same category of stupidity and consequential hatred.

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  • oh please. haven’t you ever heard of ee cummings?

    The grammar police are out in full force on here. wtf?

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