New Postal Service track released

This is a couple days old but should be talked about anyway. The Postal Service is offering up a pair of previously unreleased tracks as part of the 10th anniversary reissue of their only album, “Give Up.” The first track released is “A Tattered Line of String,” which started making the rounds online and on the radio Monday.

This is highly anticipated since this band hasn’t toured or released any new material in a decade. With the announcement of the Postal Service reunion tour this year, which includes a stop at the Gorge for the 2013 Sasquatch! Music Festival, lots of fans are hoping for another full-length album, but there is no word on that at this time.

Here is the video for the new Postal Service track “A Tattered Line of String.”

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