Stream Tennis’ new “Never Work For Free”

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Photo via facebook.com/tennisinc
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Indie-pop duo Tennis released their latest single, “Never Work For Free” as a free download late last week. The song comes from their latest LP, Ritual in Repeat, out September 9th, and was recorded with The Black Keys Pat Carney and Spoon’s Jim Eno.

Following their breakthrough single “Marathon,” Tennis recorded a session with the World Cafe. Last year, the band released Small Sound LP, where singer Alaina Moore explored different vocal styles. In “Never Work For Free”, the duo explore a more electronic-oriented approach; with the help of guitarist Patrick Riley’s interludes and a relentless drum beat from James Barone, Moore serenades the audience. In that sense, it’s closer to 2012′s Young and Old than anything else. However, the sound still has a distinct, sweet Tennis-like vibe to it.

The duo will be performing at Underground Arts with Pure Bathing Culture. Get more details here. Listen to the track below.

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