Boards of CanadaBOARDS OF CANADA are back with a series of revelations and events short before the release of their new album, Tomorrow’s Harvest, that will be out on the 10th of June via Warp Records. After the mysterious info last month, including a secretive commercial and a video the Scottish duo posted teasing the new album, the events overturned again over the last few days:

On Wednesday, May 22, BOARDS OF CANADA projected a video onto a big screen in Shibuya, Japan. On Thursday they premiered a new track entitled Reach for the Dead with a visual supplement. One day later their label Warp Records tweeted a backwards version of the song and its video. On Sunday, May 26, the experimenters appeared at Detroit’s Movement Electronic Music Festival just before SQUAREPUSHER took to the stage, to unveil a new song entitled Cold Earth with associated pink visuals. And on the same day they tweeted a message that was as simple as it was obscure: “May 27th 12:00 PDT”. After long guesswork it could be found out that there was a listening party for the new album which took place at Lake Dolores Waterpark in Southern California: The band tweeted a warped advertisement for the waterpark and a user of USTREAM hosted a stream from the event.

That much to the facts. Now check out the new material right here:

The video for the new track Reach for the Dead from the upcoming album:

The backwards version of Reach for the Dead and its video:

The band’s advertisement for the Lake Dolores Waterpark:

A stream from the listening party at Lake Dolores Waterpark on 27 May you can find right here.

BOARDS OF CANADA premiering Cold Earth at Detroit’s Movement Electronic Music Festival on May 26:

A fan-shot video of the screening in Shibuya on 22 May: