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Cigarettes After Sex Announce New Album Cry, Share New Song “Heavenly”: Listen

Cigarettes After Sex have announced their second studio album. It’s called Cry and it arrives October 25 via Partisan. Today’s album announcement comes with the record’s first single, “Heavenly.” Listen to that below. Find physical editions of Cry at Rough Trade. (Pitchfork may earn a commission from purchases made through affiliate links on our site.)

In a statement, frontman/guitarist Greg Gonzalez said “Heavenly” was “inspired by the overwhelming beauty [he] felt watching an endless sunset on a secluded beach in Latvia one summer night….”

Cigarettes After Sex recorded Cry at a mansion on the island of Mallorca. “The sound of this record is completely tied to the location for me,” Gonzalez said. “Ultimately, I view this record as a film. It was shot in this stunning, exotic location, and it stitches all these different characters and scenes together, but in the end is really about romance, beauty & sexuality. It’s a very personal telling of what those things mean to me.”

The band released its self-titled debut LP in 2017. In 2018, Cigarettes After Sex released two non-album tracks: “Crush,” and “Neon Moon.”


01 Don’t Let Me Go
02 Kiss It Off Me
03 Heavenly
04 You’re the Only Good Thing in My Life
05 Touch
06 Hentai
07 Cry
08 Falling in Love
09 Pure

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