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Posse, local indie darlings and Pacific NW magazine cover stars, have released a new single off their forthcoming 7-inch (yes, they still have those) on Wharf Cat Records. The single, “Voices,” streaming over at The Fader, is typical Posse: dreamy and ethereal with guitars that recall your favorite mid-90s alt-rock jams, ala the Pixies, Galaxie 500 and the Breeders.

Though, we might have to wait awhile for the full-length follow-up — the Capitol Hill house and the basement studio where the band practiced and recorded burned down a few months ago — the band’s plugging away at the next record, the successor to Soft Opening which received raves from Pitchfork and NME.


Read the cover story from April: Seattle band Posse finds success on its own terms.


Paul Wittman-Todd, Sacha Maxim and Jon Salzman – the members of Seattle band Posse – don’t care about fame or money. They just want to make music. (Corinne Chin / The Seattle Times)


Seattle band Posse plays their song “Afraid” in concert at the Vera Project on December 19, 2014. (Corinne Chin / The Seattle Times)