“brooding, romantic, lush and deeply sensual”—Billboard

“weightless lo-fi pop beauty, carried by watery guitar lines, honeyed vocal melodies, and effortless sunny vibes”—Under the Radar

Spin, the highly anticipated new album from New York-via-Savannah trio Triathalon, is out now on Lex Records—listen to it HERE. Additionally, a new track, “XP,” debuts today alongside a video—watch it HERE.

The band is gearing up to hit the road for a North American tour kicking off on August 24 with stop in 27 cities including Los Angeles, Brooklyn, Chicago, Philadelphia and more—see full routing below and purchase tickets HERE.

Spin was recorded live, featuring mixing by Gabe Wax (Adrianne Lenker, Fleet Foxes,) mastering by Zeroh (Pink Siifu, Eyedress,) and written, produced and recorded by the band themselves. The album is an inherently transformative record—the product of years of work, both on the self and as a collective, drawing inspiration from Frank Ocean, Alex G, 90’s jungle, drum & bass, rap music circa yesterday and the Beatles’ Magical Mystery Tour.

The earliest songs on Spin were Casio demos sent back-and-forth between the band, and after countless brainstorming and recording sessions what resulted is a record with a homespun feel, from the vintage synthesizers to the clicking of percussion, Rhodes pianos, Wurlitzers, and fuzzed out guitars—layers of genre-blending psychedelia and R&B tinged pop.

They shared “Running,” “Dreams,” “Floating In Love,” “Time,” and the album’s title track “Spin” ahead of the album’s release.

Forming in Savannah, the band—which began as the solo project of Adam Intrator before Chad Chilton and Hunter Jayne joined in 2011—relocated to New York City after performing together for nearly a decade in Georgia. Their new music is a snapshot of Triathalon’s evolution and growth—tracing a journey of sonic self-reflection, of being lost in your thoughts and watching the world around you change as a result.

The band has released three albums and one EP together—SLEEP CYCLE EP (2020) Online (2018)—praised by The FADER as “complex and rich”—Nothing Bothers Me (2015) and Lo-Tide (2014).

For more information, please contact Reid Kutrow, Kate Rakvic, Ethan Jacobs or Carla Sacks at Sacks & Co., 212.741.1000.

1. Dreams
2. Time
3. XP
4. Floating in Love
5. Die
6. Relax
7. Spin
8. Running
9. Won’t Let You Go
10. Infinity Mirror
11. Dumb
12. Good Morning
13. Feeling

August 24 /// Foundation Room /// Boston, MA
August 25 /// PhilaMOCA /// Philadelphia, PA
August 26 /// DC9 /// Washington, DC
August 27 /// Aisle 5 /// Atlanta, GA
August 28 /// Lodge of Sorrows /// Savannah, GA
August 30 /// One Eyed Jacks /// New Orleans, LA
August 31 /// Last Concert Cafe /// Houston, TX
September 1 /// Club Dada /// Dallas, TX
September 2 /// Parish /// Austin, TX
September 3 /// Paper Tiger /// San Antonio, TX
September 4 /// LowBrow Palace /// El Paso, TX
September 7 /// Valley Bar /// Phoenix, AZ
September 8 /// Constellation Room /// Santa Ana, CA
September 9 /// Teregram Ballroom /// Los Angeles, CA
September 10 /// Soho Music Club /// Santa Barbara, CA
September 11 /// New Parish /// Oakland, CA
September 12 /// Harlows /// Sacramento, CA
September 14 /// Doug Fir /// Portland, OR
September 15 /// Madame Lou’s /// Seattle, WA
September 16 /// Wild Buffalo /// Bellingham, WA
September 17 /// Wise Hall /// Vancouver, BC
September 21 /// Turf Club /// Minneapolis, MN
September 22 /// Empty Bottle /// Chicago, IL
September 23 /// Blind Pig /// Ann Arbor, MI
September 24 /// The Drake /// Toronto, ON
September 25 /// Bar Le Ritz /// Montreal, QC
September 28 /// Brooklyn Made /// Brooklyn, NY