Tennis announces new album "Ritual in Repeat," listen to "Never Work For Free" - Reverb

Tennis announces new album “Ritual in Repeat,” listen to “Never Work For Free”

Following a move back to Denver and the release of the EP “Small Sound,” Tennis has announced the new album, “Ritual in Repeat.”

The band’s third album, “Ritual in Repeat” was produced by Patrick Carney (the Black Keys), Richard Swift (the Shins) and Jim Eno (Spoon) and is due out on Sept. 9 through Communion.

See photos of Tennis with Nathaniel Rateliff and the Night Sweats during the UMS below:

Tennis has also shared the new track “Never Work For Free,” which brings a bright and clean production with bouncing vocals reminiscent of Haim, whom the band is currently opening for.

In 2013 the indie-pop act moved back to Denver after a stint in Nashville, where it was working with Carney, who also produced the band’s last album, “Young & Old.”

“Ritual in Repeat” track list:

1. Night Vision
2. Never Work for Free
3. Needle and a Knife
4. I’m Callin’
5. Bad Girls
6. Timothy
7. Viv Without the N
8. Wounded Heart
9. This Isn’t My Song
10. Solar on the Rise
11. Meter & Line

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