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- Posted on Sep 28th 2010 4:15AM by Chris Cope
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The Brooklyn band are feeling the effects of going a bit more way out with their last album, 'Congratulations,' reports the Daily Record.
The album -- released in April this year -- omitted the type of big hits that could be found on their previous album, 'Oracular Spectacular,' and as such hasn't sold quite so well.
And now the band have revealed their label bosses are likely to have more control over the making of their next album.Frontman Andrew VanWyngarden said: "I definitely think our music will change in the future because 'Congratulations' is almost two years old now. We have some ideas and have been talking about possible directions of where to go next. We are just in much more positive mental states than when we wrote 'Congratulations.'
"We're less anxious. We've been looking at relationships with the label during the recording process and it's quite different this time. They'll be more involved and not give us as much freedom."
Maybe it's no real surprise that 'Congratulations' slunk under the radar somewhat -- the band stated at the start of the year that there would be no singles off the record.