It gets emotional...

Tame Impala have shared emotional new song 'Posthumous Forgiveness' - tune in now.

The Australian band will release new album 'The Slow Rush' on February 14th, the follow up to 2015's astounding LP 'Currents'.

New song 'Posthumous Forgiveness' is online now, a song about loss and longing that dwells on a tender Kevin Parker vocal.

It's a righteous slow jam, with slight R&B leanings in the song structure that reflect his extra-curricular work in the pop and hip-hop fields.

Lyrically, he dwells on the loss of his father - Kevin Parker's parents divorced when he was young, making his father a distant figure in his life.

He sings:

Ever since I was a small boy
No one else compared to you, no way
I always thought heroes stay close
Whenever troubled times arose

Tune in now.

Tame Impala will release new album 'The Slow Rush' on February 14th.

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