Beach House has been around for a decade now, but even if you've never heard of them, they still might sound familiar. The Baltimore-based duo makes music that sounds like it's been pre-soaked in a foggy, unnameable nostalgia. No matter — that every song sounds like it was meant to soundtrack a slow-motion photo montage of everyone you've ever made out with is the reason Beach House hasn't had to change their formula in 10 years.
Depression Cherry is the band's fifth album, and, like the past four, it's proof that if you liked Beach House in 2006, you'll like them in 2015. Victoria Legrand's melancholiac, half-monotone vocals simmer through small waves of reverb and cloudy instrumentals. It's definitely Beach House, which is fine by me. The album arrives August 28th. Until then, stream it below, via NPR.