In 2016, The Raveonettes released a new digital-only single each month for the entire year. They represented an intriguing departure for the band, ditching their dark pop bathed in Phil Spector-style production to a very fitting new wave bent. The experiment worked well for the most part - pushing the band into every corner of the '80s and keeping fans on their toes. These streaming singles begged for a more permanent record, which we now have in the form of the self-released album, 2016 Atomized.
180g vinyl in gatefold sleeve with full lyric booklet.
Released April 21, 2017 on Beat Dies Records (RAV 00006).