LISTEN: Tamaryn Releases Metallic New Track, “Hands All Over Me,” Announces New LP

Weekend's Shaun Durkan and producer Jorge Elbrecht join for Cranekiss, out August 28 via Mexican Summer.

One of the most stunning rays in the Mexican Summer family, Tamaryn has put out two excellent records, 2010 debut The Waves and 2012’s Tender New Signs—hazy, unhurried conductors that fit quite comfortably between Heaven or Las Vegas and Loveless. Now, she’s just announced a new song, the alluring and synth-sensual “Hands All Over Me,” that follows the precedent, while promising new dynamics ahead.

The track (which premiered over at The Fader) is off of Tamaryn’s upcoming record, Cranekiss, for which she’s welcomed Weekend‘s Shaun Durkan into the studio, in addition to the well-tested talents of producer Jorge Elbrecht. The intoxicating result is a bigger landscape, but not any less intimate or affecting.

Cranekiss is out August 28 via Mexican Summer

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