The National continues to reveal unheard material recorded during sessions for its most recent album, First Two Pages of Frankenstein, the latest being the surprise new single “Space Invader” / “Alphabet City.” The former song has been a part of the band’s live repertoire since last year, while “Alphabet City” has yet to be performed. Both tracks arrive with visualizers from group member Bryce Dessner’s wife Pauline de Lassus, who records music under the name Minda Tindle.
Last August, the group released the non-album single “Weird Goodbyes” featuring Bon Iver, months before the arrival of First Two Pages of Frankenstein. The National has also been playing several other new
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