Brooklyn experimental trio Rhyton are prepping their latest LP Redshift for a July 22 release via Thrill Jockey. They've shared the first single from the album, called "End of Ambivalence," and it's a queasily engaging listen. Pulsating with a kind of controlled chaotic energy, the song winds and jitters through four minutes of uneasiness. It's catchy while being difficult to pin down, it's under tight control while always seeming close to skittering off the rails.

Rhyton are heading out on tour in August, and they'll kick that off in NYC with a show at Trans Pecos on August 5. They'll be joined at that show by John Bohannon. Ticket info TBA.

All dates listed, along with a stream of "End of Ambivalence" (via UTNE Reader) below.

Rhyton -- 2016 Tour Dates
Aug 5 - New York City, NY - Trans-Pecos (with John Bohannon)
Aug 6 - Baltimore, MD - Reverb
Aug 7 - Pittsburgh, PA - Brillo Box (with Sagas)
Aug 8 - Lexington, KY - Green Lantern (with Lost Action, Three Legged Race)
Aug 9 - Lafayette, IN - The Spot Tavern
Aug 10 - Milwaukee, WI - Cactus Club (with Moss Folk)
Aug 11 - Chicago, IL - The Hideout
Aug 12 - Columbus, OH - Tree Bar
Aug 13 - Allentown, PA - Consolidated Cardboard (with Blues Control, Suburban White Males)

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