Even if you aren't familiar with Philly musician Lincoln Halloran's project Hello Shark, you may be familiar with some of the people in his inner circle. HIs upcoming album, Delicate, is coming out on Orindal Records, the label run by Owen Ashworth (who used to record as Casiotone for the Painfully Alone and now records as Advance Base), and it was produced by Michael Rheinheime of Attic Abasement. The album features contributions by Emily Sprague (aka Florist) and Katie Bennett (aka Free Cake for Every Creature). And the photo of Lincoln above was taken by Abi Reimold. We're premiering "Alligator" off the album, a slow, quiet, personal song that manages to reference glow-in-the-dark Frisbees, microwaved grapes, and "Seeya later, alligator" while still sounding heartfelt. Listen:

The album comes out on September 30. You can pre-order it here.

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