Only 400 pressed! The cult Montreal indie-rock band are back with their first album in over 7 years since 2010's Expo 86 in which time they have gone on hiatus reformed and released a 4-track EP last year. Something special happens when these guys get together producing a sound that is complex yet relatable - it is an energetic brew of glam prog synth-rock and satisfying discomfort. Cry Cry Cry is undeniably Wolf Parade—but with the renewed focus and creativity of a band that took the time to get exactly where they needed to be. The album takes the best parts of what makes Wolf Parade so uniquely electric—the soaring choruses rousing anthems sprawling guitars and chaotic keys—and finds a way to allow the best compositionally prog elements a firm seat at the table. If you have never heard the band before and are a fan of bands like Spoon The Walkmen The New Pornographers and American pop-rock from the 90's then you're sure to love this - and if you're a mega-fan well I'm sure you'll be exceptionally excited right now!